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... to pay for a mooring for the week as the bay was right on the limits of our anchor chain depth and as we had already experienced one morning of anchor dragging. It meant on the mooring ball, we could at least leave the boat to go shopping without worry.
Then it was back to Cook’s Bay and time to chill out and enjoy the small village in this serene and beautiful bay. There we meet another Kiwi couple, Brian and Sheryl who were also anchored ...
... closed and locked up. Then around 8:30pm. Everything starts to open again. By 11pm the joint is hopping! Unlike our overnight stay outside on the curb of the domestic terminal, the International terminal is actually quite metropolistic. Inside the security checkpoint were nice padded couches, lights, shops, restaurants, bars, even a grassy lawn. A vast improvement over our last encounter. This terminal would have made for a MUCH ...
What?!?!? Our last night in Paradise! Say it isn't so!!!!! We woke up this morning to a pouring rain. After waiting it out for an hour or so - we braved the elements and walked to breakfast under our "supplied-in-every-room" umbrellas. After breakfast we stopped off at the library for some good reads. Take your pick. They had Russian, German, French, Chinese, and Japanese to choose from. No English. Then a couple of rounds of 8-ball before bracing the weather back to the ...
... us to all jump out. He tells us there is a rope tied between 2 bouys. We stay on 1 side and the sharks stay on the other. So we swim over to the rope and hang on. In no time we notice dozens of Blacktip sharks coming towards us and feeding on the chum being tossed around. Very cool experience! Ruthie was a lot hesitant (especially when she turned around and noticed that the sharks were not "staying on their side of the rope". WE WERE ...
"I looked up and I saw the outline of the island (Bora Bora). And I knew right away that there was the place I'd been looking for all of my life . . ." - W. Somerset Maugham Another day waking up in a fantasy. Beautiful morning. Beautiful weather. Beautiful companionship. Another breakfast of champions. Then wondering through the grounds - exploring unbeaten paths. Found a hidden lagoon and tidal pools that connected the outer Motos & reefs to the open ...