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... a terrible nights sleep, the sea is much louder here than at the other place and literally sounds like it will be coming in the room any second. That kept me away for a bit and then just different sounds made me feel a bit on edge. Matty was the same. We sat up and talked for a good few hours from 2am, Matty eventually fell back to sleep and I sat and played a fair few games of solitaire before dropping back off about 6am. We got up and headed for a sunbathe this morning. We found ...
... Bora Bora.
The island of Moorea is perfect for water sports and for snorkelers and scuba divers. It is the world’s largest coral reef eco-system consisting of 3,000 separate reefs, forming a wide, shallow lagoon, and was formed when half of a monolithic volcano crumbled in to the blue-green sea millions of years ago.
It is one of the smaller, quieter and the most scenically striking destinations of French Polynesia. At the centre is ...
Oh, oh, I feel a rant coming on. Speaking of war, it was an honor to meet Leo Thorsness. But it irks me beyond belief to hear people say, “Thank you for your service”. Why? Because the American public is hiding behind the phrase. If they really supported the troops, they would sign up for duty. But only 1 percent of the public is protecting our “freedom”. (In quotes, because I have trouble believing our freedom ...
... and were awarded with Finding Nemo-esque views off into the deep blue ocean! At this point the current became too strong so we swam to shore and picked our way through the rough sand and coral across the island to our boat. This side of the island is actually what is called Lagoonarium. It has been set up specifically for tourists, with floating baubles with chains so swimming isn't even necessary, you can just pull yourself along ...
... the empty rooms as soon as possible, traveling between bungalows on their electric carts. The departing guests always walk slowly and sombrely, as if resuming the weight of their worldly troubles as they depart. Today we were able to feed the fish from our deck. Last night I smuggled a couple of rolls from our basket at dinner (it seems many people do) - we had stripy fish, those long skinny pale ...