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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and warm enough to just need a thin shortie wet suit. I had a lot of fun playing around with my bouyancy and getting better with my mobility as we checked out the reef! Our second dive was just spectacular! As we were driving out to the location on the dive boat, we had chatted up the driver, who unforutnatley couldn't dive anymore due to health reasons, from memory I believe he was unlucky enough to get the bends. He told us all about the dive spot we were checking out ...
... it is a big job to fix the nerves, tissue, and bones there to stop the clicking when I lift my leg, but he is up for the challenge. But he has relaxed the ligaments and drained the nerves around my whole left hip area and he says yesterday he said I was ready to start the therapy, which means tearing tissues and a lot of pain wooo! He started the process last night and I was squeezing onto Natalie’s calf most of the time but I ...
... didn't tally with the price we actually got charged.
As we still had time before the ship left, we decided to dump our bags in the cabins and go off the ship again to try and find a wifi spot. It was too far for Gene to walk at this hour, so we left Paul and Margie to try and find it.
Thank goodness I'd decided to come back as they couldn't find a suitable one either!
Who knows what tomorrow will bring in Bora Bora! ...
... this job. Soft spoken with his French accent, he had no end of patience for all our questions. He carried sardines into the water with him, which attracted the rays immediately. Small and large, they glided through the water to reach him. Such graceful creatures, slick (not slimy) on ...
... 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 ...