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... head further out towards the edge of the laggon as Nick and Jess said they'd seen a lot of fish that way. So far, we hadn't seen any. Mark was getting on the side of hangry and wanted to turn back for coffee and eggs. While coming to the agreement that we'd just go a little further to a dark patch before turning around and heading back to the house, we found ourselves grinding to a halt over an extremely shallow sandy area overgrown with coral. "Mark! We're ...
... the noise was just for today. We decided that we could probably deal with the rest of today with the noise and then we could relax by the pool tomorrow. We spent the afternoon kayaking and I even tried a bit of snorkelling with Matty. I did ok until a huge bit of coral appeared next to me and then I panicked. Matty got to used his underwater camera properly for the first time so he was happy. I spent the rest of the afternoon reading my book (I between the drilling) and ...
... as they circled us, but they were harmless black tipped reef sharks and they kept their distance. What a great experience to snorkel with these creatures. Unfortunately it was quite rainy in the afternoon, so good for swimming but not good for photos.
On arrival back at the jetty, we caught the next tender boat back to the ship, and enjoyed happy hour on the balcony taking to our our next door neighbours, NIcole and Tony, while watching the sunset as ...
... closed during the day?
Tahiti itself seems to be quite happy being second best to its beautiful sister Moorea. It seems to take money, be a base for all and then spit out what's left. We were quite happy to leave in the end, as it's the people that really drove us to dislike this place in the end.
With that being said, the area is stunning and with luck you'll find your own version ...
... hardly in better shape and the Taliban is certain to re-surge once U.S. troops are withdrawn. Japan and Germany only came to terms in W.W. II when their countries were devastated beyond imagination, either by fire-bombing or by the use of nuclear weapons. (Probably as many people died in the fire-bombing of Dresden as did in the nuclear holocaust at Nagasaki.) And, after devastating their countries, the U.S. rebuilt them. I’m not na´ve. None of ...