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... rear view mirror was gone, the door does not open/close easily at least at my side, and the seat cover was pretty disgustingly dirty. The emergency brake was not working. But, it had air condition, the most important feature :-)
We drove around the entire island and really loved it! Taha'a was a much lovelier island than Raiatea, in my opinion. It was much less developed and less commercialized. It was very natural and quite beautiful! There was one ...
... got to use it at one spot where there were some colorful little fish in and out of a small coral. I took some pictures and videos.
After getting back to our bungalow, I got in the water to look for the fish. It's the same bunch of fish, but it was fun to just watch them. I wish there were more fish and better snorkeling at this resort!
Time flew by even when we were not doing anything much. We had lunch around 1:30. We had ...
... so very good! This chef really was good! I really enjoyed the breakfast!
There was a snorkeling tour at 10:30 this morning. Of course we signed up to go. Roe was our guide and driver of the outrigger. We went to a coral garden that was not too far away - apparently that was a good snorkeling spot as there were a few other snorkeling boats around. I told Roe that I did not swim well and I would just stay by the boat. He said no problem and he would let me ...
We got up before 6am - slept less than 6 hours last night, somehow I was not tired, maybe because I had a cup of coffee at lunch (had not done coffee for a very long time). We did our 1-hour treadmill and then went to breakfast. By 9am, we got on shore with the Warrens and met our tour lead Patrick, the very well known tour lead whose tour got raving reviews. Our agenda today was to first do a 4x4 ride inland, then transfer to the boat to do ...
... of us with The World behind us. Then finished with a beautiful goodbye song as we came into the quay. We must have so looked the part leaving and coming back on our own in a fancy boat being skippered by a hot guy! Hahahahaha.
I had a few thousand (not as much as it sounds) Pacific francs left so we went and bought a couple of pareos and a beautiful timber manta ray. We ended up with the equivalent of 20c in my wallet. Perfect.
It was ...