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Travel Blogs from Tahaa
... Bora it started to rain. It was like a sign from above :-) it was time to leave and it was the first time we boarded the plane barefoot and wet. There were only 10 or 15 people on board the aircraft so the stewardess asked us to move to balance the plane :-D This flight was one of the scariest flights in our life but we landed safely in an hour or so in Rangiroa, one of the biggest attols in French Polynesia.
... was yet again crystal clear.
Tonight was going to be a stay at home night so we swam, ate and relaxed through the night. The lunch and dinner in total only costed $10 each so money was not going to be a problem. For lunch we had another unknown food and this time it tasted horrible but it was saved by our dinner which was the local pasta and sauce they had.
Our next trip in Tahaa is to do the local Tahaa diving experience.
Total cost: $2,788.50
... down quickly so we could get water back at home but it would be very risky. About 2:00pm I spotted an animal that looked like a beaver and straight away my animal instincts set in. I whispered to Bayley to be quiet and follow the animal. I think he understood because he and I ducked behind a bush at the same time. Now that we were Bear Grylls, we followed the animal for 10mins and began to hear what seemed like a waterfall. We ditched the beaver dopple-ganger and ran ...
... to the ship. But at that point, nobody really cared if the ship left without us.
As our ship left the lagoon, four large humpback whales and about a dozen smaller whales which the on-board naturalist couldn’t immediately identify, swam alongside the ship. We couldn’t have had a more perfect end to our visit to French Polynesia.
Annette & Peter
What do you do with a sick boat?
Take it to the doc.
... we learn how pearls are made and created by the shells. But not so eager, that has to wait (more about pearls later...)!
A little peep onto the ground of the singer 'Champs Elysee' and the wild island confirm the beauty of this still relatively un-touristy island of French Polynesia. Taha'a is wild and still mostly local.
As usual there are exceptions to the rules and so is Brian. We are about to learn Vanilla! On the eastcoast of Taha'a is ...