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... under the sun! Very fortunate that we walked by a dive shop where I got a rash guard!! That really saved my skin - because of the prednisone I've been taking, I already got sun poisoning rash on my neck and my shoulders and back are already burnt.
We basically walked along the water - we could have got into the water anywhere and there were people (from the ship) in the water all along the way. The place was really beautiful! ...
... 100 yards out in the water!
Don walked over to the ocean side of the reef (remember, it's only a couple of blocks wide), where the water was much rougher. He didn't get into the water, but saw quite a few black tipped sharks very close to shore, as well as a few more fish and an eel.
We got caught in a downpour (it rains easily here, and this is the rainy season) on our way back to the ship. While waiting for ...
... dinner after a pasta cooking class. There were 2 other couples at our table. It was an enjoyable evening. I had the most divine lobster with pasta.
We went to the casino and "donated" some money. Hopefully they'll give it back at some point.
Today we anchored at Fakarava. Never heard of it? Me neither. I thought Huahine was small but this island looks like it will wash away in the next ...
... who just arrived today. David is a professional photographer so we shared our experiences with him so he can decide where to dive! Really interesting man who gave a lot of tips! Time is rare when enjoying it! So after a few days here in Fakarava, we only had one full day left on the Atoll. So, off we go! We got on to the bikes and hit the road to our beloved beach…. Only it was Sunday, and even here they have weekend. So our beach from yesterday ...
... small islands. Fakarava is composed of two principal villages, Rotoava, in the northeast near the airport, closer to our Relais Marama Pension and to the greatest Garuae north pass, which actually is 1 km wide. The second village of Fakarava, Tetamanu, is located at the south of the atoll by Tumakohua pass. It was the principal village at the beginning of the years 1900. This is our destination for today, an because of those 60 km between north ...