Les Relais de Josephine
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... purchased a beautiful T-shirt for me we struck out along the road that lead a short distance to the ocean side of the island, IT was so worth the walk. What beauty awaited us, and the narrow passage that the ship had safety slipped through was now a cauldron of tossing waves, as the outgoing tide seemed to be even stronger now. WOW, WOW, WOW!!
Barbara and I rested in the shade of a beautiful old gnarled tree ...
... the next 30 hours or so we had squally, gusty weather offering grey, dark skies with lumpy, confused seas. We were however moving at a fairly good clip with two reefs in to protect the weakened Mainsail slides, as well as a partially furled Genoa and after one full days sailing we were 142 nautical miles from Nuku Hiva, dead on course for Rangiroa in the Tuamotu Archipelago. At some point during the first day a small stress tear developed in the body of the mainsail ...
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... jumping out of the water now and then. It was SO EXCITING!! The waves were just the right amount of roughness for the dolphins to play, and it was not too rough for us. I was the only one who put on the life jacket. Like others, I took video with my underwater camera, but really did not catch any good shots. We're all crowded in the zodiac and I had to hang on to the zodiac (to make sure I did not fall out of the boat:-)). I took a whole bunch of videos ...
We swam to some big chunks of brightly colored coral. I discovered two eels that were showing their big teeth. Our French guide also found a big Napoleon fish.
As the morning was fading away, we departed to Tuheiava pass, one of Captain Cousteau's favorite places to dive for the variety of marine life. This is right at the exit of Tikehau’s lagoon onto the ocean.