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... on our group, but as each couple popped up to the surface from running out of air and messing up their buoyancy, we just kept floating around mid level searching for sharks. By the end of the dive, we had seen lots of sharks again a fairly large sea turtle and all the curious fishes of the reef. It was time for my photo! We had found a few more curious blacktips that ventured a little closer to us than expected, and with Erich ready with the go pro snapped some pictures of me ...
... several bungalows that sit over the crystal blue waters of the lagoon. Unfortunately for the inhabitants, they are located next to a channel that is used by several boats throughout the day.
But back to the sharks and stingrays. When we arrived at the spot, it was very obvious that both animals were in the area. Several reef sharks were sighted swimming around the boat and several people expressed concerns about getting in the water – this I found interesting as ...
... br> Our neighbor said he went to the Lagoonarium and snorkeled with a few small reef sharks and saw the same fish we saw here. Maybe we will go there later, they close at 4pm. We went to breakfast and each had the hot option, good bacon and eggs today.
We snorkeled again before we went to pick up Jessica's bracelet that had to be resized. The lady wasn't back yet when we got there so ...
... there however was that we were EXTRA super excited to pack up and get on our way to Kiwiland!!
On our last day, we really took our time and laid everything out so we could sort through and get rid of as much stuff as possible before moving to the mainland for one last night in French Polynesia. I must say it was probably one of our best packing jobs to date!!!
Once packed up, we dragged us and our now very full bags to the bus stop to wait. At this bus ...
... that with bright sunshine and calm wind, I slowly motored up into the long and narrow Cooks Bay, the awe inspiring peaks, and razor back ridges. All this and the sound of the birds chirping made it so ***********centrate on navigating the course, that had once again had been sent to me via email from Andrew. This I followed until I realized that the final waypoint was too deep to anchor. I finally dropped anchor further up the bay in ...