Bed & Breakfast Bellevue Raiatea
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... overs. All the while looking back to the lagoon and straight at those mountain peaks.
Once we were done we had a snorkel and then it was time for the pareo and dancing show. The pareo show was, a pareo show. Our pastry chef had the perfect set of boobs for Shaq to perform his routine of wrapping the pareo up and over and around them. Then he did the male show on himself (phew). The dancing was funny until I had to join in do my imitation of ...
... that was
ruined by a cyclone in 2010. With perfect white sand beaches and
turquoise water, those over the water bungalows, were a visual
feast that dazzled our eyes. As we sailed around the island on our
trimaran, we saw multi-colored lagoons, surrounded by palm-covered
Motus inside a protective necklace of coral. The lagoon is three
times the size of the land mass and offers an amazing range of
different hue's of blue and ...
... which is tuna marinated in lime juice and fresh coconut. He put the cubed raw tuna in a wooden bowl shaped like a canoe. He then added lime juice, salt, vegetables and then showed us how to husk a coconut. After it was husked, he demonstrated how to open one. He let the water inside out and then grated some on a grater board. He took some he already had grated and put it in a cloth and squeezed the coconut milk out of it. He served it with some BBQ chicken, saffron rice and salad. ...
... scuba diver, officially. We have our last big dive this afternoon doing the rest of our skills. So-cool. Saw/dove with sting rays on my very first dive. Mom and Dad, I didn't freak out! (much) It was unbelievable.
I have a bit of sun poisioning but it's all good! It doesn't hurt or anything, getting it taken care of as we speak.
The people ...
... after maybe 30-40 minutes I was asked to see the doctor who was french but spoke english a little bit so we both could combine french and english. He prescribed some antibiotics and 2 other kinds of pills, I picked them up in the nearby pharmacy and happily waited for the Pension manager to take us back to the Pension. So we packed our stuff had some leftovers from breakfast that the lovely Pension staff ...