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... a drift dive through a fairly strong current just outside of the reef break that boasted different types of sharks (black tip, white tip, nurse, lemon), turtles, a school of eagle rays, and fish balls, all of that as well as the typical fish life that hangs around reef territory. To our amazement, minutes into our drift dive and we began checking off all of the things he had mentioned!!! Everything we saw was breathtaking, especially the school of eagle rays. I can hardly ...
... to wait to long. We decided to try another beach resort hotel so we went with Judy & Ron again, we got off the tender and there were the usual market stalls selling souvenirs we had a look round and then managed to get a taxi and asked them to take us to a local beach resort hotel, so she took us to Hotel Les Tipaniers, nothing to pay to ...
... an interesting concept, it is part flat bed truck and part wooden cabin with seats. It was primarily used for transporting the locals around the island but has since been replaced by more modern buses (that include air conditioning). These days they are mainly used for getting school kids to school and for moving tourists around the island. Since the tour didn’t leave for almost an hour, we took the opportunity to go to a nearby chemist to get some paracetamol. Thankfully ...
... a lounge here, not to bad. It was mostly just light snacks and drinks but the airport itself was pretty much renovated as well. For an island airport, this is pretty good.
We will see about an hour and half of July 25th then when we cross the date line, it will be gone forever. This will literally be the shortest day of our lives. Next week, August 2nd will be the longest day. We land early on July 26 in Auckland.
... 8217;t babysitting, we mostly hung out around our room reading, relaxing, and generally being lazy. French Polynesia is known to get short but very heavy rainfalls (STORMS) so on rainy days we’d stay inside and again, read, draw, do whatever to pass the time until it was nice enough to go explore once again.
Because of the long time we were able to spend there, and the fact that our couchsurfing family had been living there for quite some time, we ended ...