Last flight of the trip.
Last day in Paradise. James Norman Hall House and flight back to the states.
Snorkeling in Tahiti
Taravao Belvedere and a boat excursion to the end of Tahiti Iti including watching surfers at Teahupoo which will be the site of the 2024 Olympic surfing competition.
Exploration of Tahiti Iti
Disembarkation in Tahiti and a relaxing drive to my bungalow on the mountain on Tahiti Iti.
Last day of the cruise. Just a relaxing day at sea.
The last island of the cruise – Moorea. A couple of tours of the island, including one in a 4×4. The best viewpoint was actually easily reachable by a bus.
A rainy start to the day in Bora Bora gives way to an exciting underwater adventure and rainbows.
Bora Bora, one of the most famous islands in French Polynesia. Snorkeling with sharks and a 4×4 tour of the island.
Raiatea, Taha’a and a Motu. Culture, pearls, vanilla and a beach.
First island of the cruise – Huahine. A cultural tour to see a couple of marae and a beautiful rainbow appears just before sailaway.
Explored Papeete in the morning without rain and visited the Robert Wan Pearl museum before boarding the Norwegian Spirit.
Back to the 3 Cascades, the blowhole and watching the Norwegian Spirit arrive in port.
First day in Tahiti. A tour of Tahiti Nui despite periods of rain.
Flying to Paradise on United through San Francisco.
Attempted and failed to check in for my flight to Tahiti.
Time flies, it is already time to leave the Norwegian Prima. Before leaving Galveston I did get a nice drone video of Prima sailing away.
Another day at sea is another day to explore the beautiful new Norwegian Prima. I even got a glimpse of the Haven and one of their ultra luxe suites.
Norwegian Prima arrives in Progresso, Mexico and I spend the day exploring the ship and the different cabins onboard rather than exploring Mexico.