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... and all that. We are getting into the flow of things and it’s going great!
Also, the other day we had appraisals with our teacher. There are about five categories that we get rated on 1-4. Supposedly they aren’t allowed to use 4 which is meaning perfect, but 3 is exceeds expectations, 2 is meets expectations, and 1 is lacking in that area. And I was happy to see I got all 2’s and ...
... got to use it at one spot where there were some colorful little fish in and out of a small coral. I took some pictures and videos.
After getting back to our bungalow, I got in the water to look for the fish. It's the same bunch of fish, but it was fun to just watch them. I wish there were more fish and better snorkeling at this resort!
Time flew by even when we were not doing anything much. We had lunch around 1:30. We had ...
... at least sit together. But at check-in we discovered that Air Tahiti’s inter-island flights are run like Easy Jet – no seat allocation. You just have to make sure you are first on!
So we parked ourselves right next to the door at our gate and waited. And waited. And the flight was delayed so we didn’t get on till about 10:45am anyway. I hate all that waiting. I find it very stress-inducing, especially when you ...
... so maybe school is in session.
So many different shades of green on the hillsides. Couple that with the blues and turquoise of the sea and you've got a breathtaking picture. We went wading a little bit as we looked for coral and seashells. The water is warm and clear. There are no natural beaches in the town area and we are not sure how far out of town we would need to go to find ...
Today we took an excursion that took us to the sacred sites and legendary places of Huahine. Our guide, Paul, is an anthropologist specializing in the people of the Pacific Ocean region. He has lived on Huahine for over 20 years and is a graduate of the University of Hawaii. Our tour took us to the ancient Polynesian temples called Maraes that are scattered about the Huahine Nui. There are over 30 ...