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Wendy Cevola 9/23/17 More projects plus into the kiln.
danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-06 08:20 am   Permalink

hang10tiki it's been wonderful. Check out Moorea the best island.

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Continuing on with our Australia and South Pacific Cruise we have reached Moorea.


The island is so small that our tour will take us into the center of the island and then all around the outside of the island. This will only take a few hours.


As we neared the island we could see the famous huts. Everything I thought we would see in Tahiti we will see on Moorea.


Beautiful scenery as we get nearer to docking.


The sharp peaks were there too.


Our tender boat got closer to shore and then we were there.


We walked down the small pier looking for our bus.


We were met with smiles and song.



We started on the tour and everywhere we looked was beautiful scenery.




All of the road were too narrow for our bus. There were many times that cars had to back up looking for a spot to pull over so we could pass. There were many jammed up areas where people on foot had to help.


On this island we saw one tiki out in the wild.


Our ship out to sea.



Last years Sacramento Crawl mug was based on the Bali Hai and now we drove past one on Moorea.


Our bus driver stopped at the jewelery store he and his wife own and left us there for 45 mins. Way too long. Dan enjoyed looking


at tikis for sale. Even the little ones were $100 to $400.


They looked great but they were left behind.


We got to see the huts over water closer up. We were even shown the one that Marlon Brando owned.



The best tourist stop was at Tiki Village.








You get to just wonder around taking photos and watching villagers work and sing.























Everyone was so friendly and made us feel welcome.


Notice the shell wall behind the lovely lady.


Back at port there were more craft stalls to look at.


Even these simply carved tikis were expensive.


The ship was waiting for us and we boarded the tender boat. We like to get on the top for the best view.


We were raced by a outrigger. We almost fell out of our seats when our boat gunned the engine to play. It was super fun.


This is a perfect island but there is one sad thing we saw. There were many closed down resorts falling into decay along the beaches. The tourists didn't come to stay and the places closed and now they are just rotting away. Most looked like island huts, they were what we would love but these structures decay fast. There are fences and walls around them and no chance to go up close.

This tour was over way too fast.

Bora Bora photos tomorrow. Wendy
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lunavideogames
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Posted: 2016-05-06 11:13 am   Permalink

Looks amazing. Thanks for sharing, you got some good pictures!

 
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Posted: 2016-05-07 05:26 am   Permalink










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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-07 09:44 am   Permalink

lunavideogames a miracle because so many were taken through the glass of the bus window.

hang10tiki you really take great photos!!!

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This will be our last stop in French Polynesia. In case you ever go They will take any money in any of these countries. We took Australian dollars with us but found they like US dollars even better. Everywhere they are used to tourists and they will take any currency. Tips are not usual but tour guides and bus drivers stand and hope for one. We didn't disappoint anyone.


Bora Bora is so small that you can drive all the way around the perimeter in 45 minutes and the speed limit is 45 miles per hour.


As we arrived we passed this yacht.


The only tall mountain had a cloud on top.


The port was small and we tendered in from the ship.


This island is very pretty but not as impressive as Moorea.


They have many areas of the bungalows over the ocean. Almost no places to eat so I think that really helps Bloody Mary's.





We finally saw one tiki in the wild with a cute little island boy.


We arrived at the most famous spot on the island.


I posed to document that we had been here.








The restaurant wasn't open yet. The floor was all sand.


Polynesian Paddy went to the famous bar to try one of their drinks.


Inside the woman's bathroom was this tiki.


To wash your hands you pulled a chain and the waterfall began.


There was a wall of money and autographs.


Back outside we just wandered around looking at the hut.


We ran into this employee of Bloody Mary's who looked like Pierce Brosnan. He said they were no relation but were friends.



When a famous person comes to Bloody Mary's they get their name painted on these signs.
I noticed that Pierce Brosnan had been there, his name in the second column.








We gave a tip to the musicians and they insisted that we pose for these photos.





At the open air market at the pier Dan asked how much for the tall tiki. $350. It's still sitting there. No bargains in Polynesia.


We found the second tiki mug of our trip. It is a copy of the common bucket mug. On the bottom was just some word plus tiki. You would think they would copy something more unique. No we didn't buy it. They wanted $50 US money for it. Yes $50 not $5.


The clouds settled in for the night.


Back on the ship we looked out on the same boat we had seen in the morning. It was now lit up. For us it was time to put the light out.


We will next head to Maui, Hawaii. It will take five days to reach Lahaina.

I will say it now that you just can't beat Hawaii. Each island is different and has so much to offer. You can spend a couple of weeks on each island without seeing it all. These beautiful islands are tiny. A few hours and unless you want to hang out on a beach that's it. It's much better to spend you money there. However Australia and New Zealand are really worth the horrific plane flight.

Until tomorrow, cheers, Wendy







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Posted: 2016-05-07 9:31 pm   Permalink




That's the wind song
I took that Tahiti cruiZe years ago
Awesome

I know Famous people




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Saw a great rainbow today






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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-08 08:22 am   Permalink

hang10tiki you made my day! Fun and beauty.

Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers out there.

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We are sailing away from French Polynesia and heading to Maui, Hawaii.


Now it's time to find join in on some shipboard activities. First up the Mentalist show. If you want to be brought up on stage all you need to do is sit in the front row and pay attention to what comes up on the stage screen. Clap wildly when the performer comes put and smile a lot. I got to go up and be part of his first routine a long card trick. No flashes allowed so this was the best photo Dan took.


We found a disco and took some photos. First Dan and


then one while moving the camera.


Then it was back to our favorite glass show.


Watching melting glass is so much fun.


The guys would join Barbara and I so that we would have their tickets for the glass raffle.


Five days to get to Maui the triangle on the sign didn't move very fast.


I decided to see how much room our souvenirs would take up in our luggage for the trip home. Most are just temporary tattoos. It was a good way to see Tahitian designs that I could carve on art project. I found a wooden knife in Moorea for $18 and surprised Dan with it. It will go into the checked luggage. One of my shot glasses didn't say Tahiti, unfortunately I didn't check it and it says hiti. They left off the Ta. Oh well. My best souvenir is the huge sea shell for $20. I saw it all around Tahiti and some shops sold it for $60 to $120.


On a different sea day Barbara won the exact piece of glass she had hoped for and was very happy.


It's not easy to win. You can't see them but there are usually around 30 to 50 people who have tickets. She is very lucky. Now she goes home with 2!


We were given certificates for crossing the equator.


For exercise Dan and I choose not to participate in all the classes provided. Instead each day we go up and down 8 or more flights of stairs and walk the hallways. On one such trip we found this display. The small one looks like the mug from Aloha Joes that was in Palm Springs.


We went to the glass auction and saw pieces sell from $400 to $850 each. This is for charity.


Later there was a party to meet the artists and we attended and looked at their work on-line.


Getting closer to Maui.


Dan likes to sit and stare at the ocean while I read.


I must be homesick. I saw these boxes with Sacramento on them and it was so thrilling I took a photo.


I allowed myself $1 to gamble with and I hit a jackpot of $1.50. First time I ever had so many 7's. At the end of the cruise I had lost $1.99.


During the cruise I had stuck with food I liked rather than be adventurous but today I decided to try the knuckle sandwich. I hoped the knuckles weren't too tough.


Dang it. Not a single knuckle just pulled pork. It was still yummy.


After trying to win by going to every glass show on three cruises I didn't not win this vase Dan did. He won twice. I gave the vase to Barbara as a bribe to travel with us again. If any of you are interested in cruising and want to follow us on our cruises just let me know and I'll tell you our plans.


Statue of Liberty. We are almost to the US of A. This is my favorite desert. Nope I didn't gain any weight on the cruise.


Maui tomorrow. Thank you all for the visits and comments. Cheers, Wendy


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Posted: 2016-05-08 11:17 am   Permalink

What fun - love yr pics n stories

 
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danlovestikis
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Posted: 2016-05-09 09:19 am   Permalink

Holler Waller I thank ya for that and the visit too.

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One last day in Paradise.


As we cruised to port we could see Kaanapali Beach with all the huge resorts in the distance.


Then the port of Lahina. We will tender boat to shore.


I stood under the gigantic banyon tree in town.


Dan looked at tikis.


Looking down main street.


We found Dole Whip!


I tried to hitchhike back to the ship.



The last day on the ship as we cruise to Oahu found us walking the decks. One last look at where the glass show was held. We will miss it.


We are packed and ready to get off the ship.


From our cabin we could see Aloha Tower. It's time to go to the airport.


One of our own Brad Parker aka Tiki Art Shark was interviewed in this magazine.



What luck to get to read it on the plane. They said we could keep our copies!



We took off from Honolulu, Oahu and what fun to see Diamond Head crater and the shore from overhead.












Vacation's over and now it was time for Dan to get to work on our front yard of weeds. Three weeks of growth. When we gave up watering because of the drought we didn't think about the fact that weeds grow so fast.


Dan mowed them down, my hero.


His trip treasures. Each shot glass has a tiki on it.


Polynesian Paddy's glass collection grew by three on this trip. Barbara won one and Dan won two and gifted them. It's fun to see 3 cruises worth of glass in one spot. I hope the blue vase will be enough to have them travel with us again. It's fun to travel with friends.


It's time to get back to some art work. Thank you for showing an interest in our trips. It makes posting so much fun. Thank you hang10tiki, Tiki Ano and lunvideogames for keeping my thread alive while we were gone.

Cheers, Wendy







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Welcome home & thanks for sharing all your pictures! The Moorea ones are especially beautiful.

 
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Posted: 2016-05-09 8:03 pm   Permalink

Looking great, you two!




 
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danlovestikis
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bamalamalu it was the most beautiful island. So tiny, the whole perimeter was about 45 miles.

TikiAno I like that photo. Thank you.

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I just posted this under General Tiki.


PLEASE DON'T KICK ME OFF OF TIKI CENTRAL FOR THIS FAKE TRIP FOR MR. TIKI. I thought about asking for him but his weight would mean one less thing I could pack in my bag to come back home. So I made a phoney Mr. Tiki to take to Australia and the South Pacific.


The photo of Mr. Tiki II starts his journey in Sydney Australia. Dan posed first with the tower behind him.


Chuck and I found an English phone booth downtown.


Opera House.








The Sydney Bridge.


Built for a show at the Royal Botanical Garden.


Auckland, New Zealand. The view from one side of our ship and


then from the other side.


At the Auckland Museum.








Tahiti, French Polynesia.








Moorea, French Polynesia.











At the disco on board the ship.


Lahaina, Hawaii.


On the beach looking at the ship.



Now Mr. Fake Tiki II is back at my home. I just couldn't resist. Sorry, Wendy







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Posted: 2016-05-10 11:31 pm   Permalink

Hmmmm...... you may have to take that trip again, Wendy & Dan- with a (renamed) Mr. Tiki 3?!?!?!?





 
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Posted: 2016-05-11 3:07 pm   Permalink

No wonder I underestimated the number of pictures you took.

 
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danlovestikis
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TikiAno did Mr. Tiki II get lost?


8FT Tiki I expected to take far more photos than I did. The islands were so tiny and there were so few tikis in the wild that I just took the best view photos.

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I will soon post the photos of the work on the Sacramento Crawl mug but first I have a few things to post.

A while back I post a lamp shade that I had decorated using a dried out black felt pen on a woven surface. This time Dan bought a black lamp shade and I decided to use up some gold felt pens that I'd had a long time.


On our trip I found this book. I chose to do a Tahitian design.


I just chose the first pattern and began.





Then a second one.


Oh No I have a space.


I just altered the design to fit it in.


Then I chose another design and


when that was finished another one.


I finished it up in around 3 hours.


Here it is without the flash.



Now we have stored this in the closet until I make a lamp. Cheers, Wendy








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