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We got up after 7am. By the time we got up, our ship was already in the big lagoon of Fakarava. Fakarava is a big atoll. There is no tall mountains on land like Bora Bora and other islands. I got out on the balcony hoping to capture something on the photo, but the photos were not impressive, as there was just the flat strip of land beyond the beautiful blue water.
We got on shore shortly past 9. The pier where we got on land was ...
... bags in hand, we strolled down the one paved road, looking for a good snorkeling spot. The road ran right along the lagoon's edge, and we could easily see how much coral there might be to negotiate in the shallow waters. We didn't want to stumble on the coral and risk potential cuts, but we needed some coral in order to see fish who might be swimming around it! Don finally found just the right spot, and we and several others took ...
12 June 2013 – 16 June 2013 – Passage from Nuku Hiva to Tuomotu –
“The Dangerous Archipelago”
This fabulous archipelago of 76 islands lies south west of the Marquesas and are all low flat atolls. We are moving into the territory of treacherous bombies, reefs, black pearls and the many exquisite blues/green colours of the Pacific Ocean – Breathtakingly beautiful.
The eastern Tuomotu ...
... never done) while Randy laid out at the pool. I didn't think I would like to be at sea but it is actually quite relaxing. On this trip we signed up for WiFi for the entire trip so I can take my iPad everywhere and blog or skype or check email or.... well, you get the idea.
Did I mention that we met a woman the other night that complained that the service on board is too good? She's not a morning ...
... way down they saw really special fishes like a unicorn, tuna, puffer, Napoleon, parrot, barracudas and a white tip reef shark. Another exiting part of this dive was the different cleaning stations. A cleaning station is a place were smaller fishes clean the bigger ones. Amazing to see! Then they heard a lot of dolphin sounds and another sound which they thought it could be a whale. However, Jorgen, Samuel and Ariane could not find them although ...