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Travel Blogs from Fakarava
... attention as the site of the French nuclear testing activities 1963 – 1996. We will not get that far south.
Unfortunately we are limited to only a few of these atolls as time is running out if we are to make it across the Pacific before the beginning of the cyclone season. Our first stop is Kauehi. It lays on the sea like a necklace and the inside is like a lake. Coming through the Arikitamiro Pass is an easy undertaking ...
... last ones back into the boat. From here we went to Teahatea Beach for our motu picnic. We ran into the ship’s excursion and they left before our lunch was ready. The guides grilled parrot fish, red fish and a bread similar to corn bread for our lunch; cooked a bread fruit in the coals and made poisson cru. They showed us how to make a serving platter from coconut palm fronds. Many went snorkeling in the lagoon; Keith and I didn’t. We ...
... 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 ...
... were really clear and loud. Afterwards we were told by Maria that they had seen a big school of dolphins just in front of the boat - jumping and playing, making saltos and having fun! WOW What a beautiful moment that has been! Nevertheless, for the the eager divers, after 54 minutes it was time to surface again. Another amazing dive has been added to his memories and the good thing is that this time even pictures were taken! Back at our pension, we ...
... were just dropped above numbers of sharks (as explained, that is why they call it a shark tank) and went to a depth of 25 meters for about 40 minutes. From there on we slid with the current into the ocean along side the steep reef cliffs. Amazing wildlife! Just to name a few little fishes: Black tipped shark; White reef shark; Grey shark and - but I did not spot these ones - a lemon and a hammerhead shark (they were a little bit more below ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking