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... were not too many fish, unlike the ones we stayed before, because there were no corals around. This was one disappointment. But it was nice to be in the shallow water right by our room. Ira saw a sting ray, etc. I only saw it when we walked on the walkway to our room, not when I was in the water.
We spent some time in the water - so many sea cucumbers which made it difficult to walk without stepping on some. After washing off the salt water right on our deck, we stayed on ...
... Hiro’s tour was fun but Marc’s Motu Picnic and Shark tour was seriously good.
And so to the sharks.
Once lunch was over and we’d had time for a decent relax (this is tiring work you know), we climbed back on board the outrigger and headed right around the southern end of Huahine Iti and right up the west coast of both it and Huahine Nui until we came around to the reef somewhere off Fare where we tied up beside ...
... hence the name. They lived in holes in the ground and they were everywhere. Mostly quite shy, they only attacked when provoked or if you surprised them and got between them and the nearest safe-hole. We would often sit quietly on our terrace watching them, and listen to the incessant clicking of crab claws like some chorus of crustacean castanets.
Actually I am doing Raiatea quite an injustice as the time ...
... continue the part for the haute cuisine! The coconut inside the shell has to be rasped with a rasp specially made for this purpose looks: like a pizza cuter in bigger mounted at the end of a cutting board. you sit an the board and the take half the nut and slide the inside over the metal part to release the precious small part of the white gold, haha! All raped? Not it is time to test the strengths of our partner: all rasped parts go into a cloth and are wrung out ...
... we spent hours watching both practice and competition in Huahine, Bora Bora, and Tahaa.
Think of Heiva as kind of a county fair that is not centralized, but rather where regional areas meet, compete, and ...