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... ocean. He has a good approach—protection through economic incentive. We had dinner at La Veranda again (the specialty restaurant) and enjoyed the new menu. We were going to go to the evening program that was entitled a “Conversation with Jean-Michel Cousteau”, but after that full day of snorkeling and boating, we were too tired.
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... 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 ...
... will take them out into the ocean. They slowly went down and at 5 meters depth he saw for the first time the Orange fin Anemone fish – world-famous by the name Nemo. It is actually a pretty small fish and they are hiding themselves in the Anemones so they are pretty difficult to find. Further down he went and there it was, a sea-turtle! Just feeding him with coral and surrounded by little Saddled Butterfly fishes. Further down to 18 meters. ...
... br> For the recovery dive, we went to the Pufana dive spot, just in the center of the north pass – Passe Ngarue -. Unfortunately Maria cannot come into the water with us, neither go snorkeling but instead she could stay on the boat and made beautiful pictures! After checking all equipment, we made a back-roll into the sea. YEAH! This feels great again! First the most important part, getting relaxed. Relaxing is the most important thing when diving because otherwise ...
... roll all together, and after handing up our tanks, etc, we kick out of the water at the back of the boat…very easy. No water on board.
The diving is outstanding…..the water is clear, clear and oh, so blue! It is about 80* which is perfect with our 5mm suits….it is not too warm, nor too cold. WE dive mostly on an inbound tide, which brings with it the clean ocean water into the lagoon. The pass itself is supposed to be ...
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