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... 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 ...
... from the water. It looks like a paradise but we cannot say it's a unique place - it reminds us the Maldives islands in the Indian ocean. Anyway it's so good that we do not want to compare, we just have a fun. There are many young couples here that have their honey moon, and we also feel like them.
The Polynesian people originally came from the South Asia but they are usually more bouncing. They wear variegated clothes, and women decorate their hair with live ...
... 15 black tip sharks around us. Almost all of them were bigger than Ariana. I almost shake when I am writing about it. We call John and Elena and they jump in quickly too. We spend quite a lot of time filming, taking pictures, mainly of the sharks and trying not to step on any of these huge stingrays. We see one shark getting quite close to John but it turns around very fast. Scary.
... which was handy as it meant we could spend the whole day with Paul and Tania, sightseeing. But first we had to make a trip to the local post office – it is now pretty much a tradition whenever we go to Brisbane - that and shopping at Coles Supermarket in Eight Mile Plains. This time we had a box of belongings weighing about 11kg, things that we would need in Peru, like Colin’s English teaching text books (essential but very heavy), proper shoes, ...
... way to describe it. It is Hawaii before the skyscrapers started popping up. The mountains are jagged, green and conjure up images of jungles with colorful birds and strange animals. Jurassic Park popped into my head and I wouldn’t have been surprised if a T-Rex suddenly appeared. We boarded another bus for transport to the Moorea Intercontinental. We were greeted with a cool towel and mango juice. We filled out a guest form ...
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