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... whale. No-one’s ever gunna see me again so who cares J
Then it was time to head back. We dropped our French friends back at the St Regis and went around the lagoon again. We raced past the InterContinental’s private island (Sofitel’s maybe?) and back into the bay where the ship was anchored. All the while Shaq was singing and playing away and steering the boat with his feet, or elbow.
He came right up to the ship and took ...
... non stop
narrative of their island history, while pointing out the sights. He was also fully respectful and confident with the Moray Eel.
“Madam, over here,” he exclaimed. It was an exciting experience to see
the intimidating Moray Eel with its huge eyes and barracuda like
teeth; come out of the coral and eat the fish from his hand.<>
Below us, sponges shaped like barrels pulse in and out with jewel hues of
... 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. ...
... the person's hand to your right.
So far we've been to Raiatea, Tahaa, and now Bora Bora. We'll be heading off to the Cook Islands in a day or so.
Pictures ARE coming i promise, there's a lot to do on board so it often slips my mind.
More to come! Hope all is well back home or wherever you might be in the world (-:
... 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 ...