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... lagoon water.
Our first stop was to be outside the reef to see coral but the seas are too rough for that so we anchor in the lagoon near some other boats to see more sting rays and sharks. Mom sits this out. In fact, her plan is to ride along only today. I'm in the water checking out fish but the sunlight, cut by the cloud clover, makes it harder to see underwater and less colorful too. After this session, we move ...
... fish. It was deeper with a strong current so I held onto the boat. Our final snorkeling spot was near Point Matira where about two dozen black tip sharks came to be feed and we swam with them. I was nervous of the current so didn't stay in for long. Then we headed to Motu Piti we had a walk on the beach, swam in the warm water and ate sweet bananas and mangoes. We had a rain shower as ...
... and ukulele ensemble. After the formal performance, audience members were invited by each of the dancers to join them in jiggling their hips, legs and whatever to the driving beat of layered drums. Beth and Rob turned out to be great dancers. Unlike the slow, sinuous movement of arms and hips of Hawaiian hula, Tahitian dancing is much more upbeat and, frankly, sexy. No wonder Captain Cook's men were so enchanted, (though they left behind a legacy of venereal disease). Onto Bora Bora (NOT ...
... glad the driver had been there before as he had to turn around at the top to come back down, I was glad I was not sitting right at the back as it was a sheer drop right behind the vehicle and part of the tray was over the edge. We went to the site where there are World War II naval artillery and the bunker where the ammunition was kept. Apparently there are several areas around the island where there are more canons. We went to one ...
There wasn't as much wind this morning so there were much better views to see the fish. Because of this, I fed some of them from my living room by opening up the glass cover on the table. The wind did pick up slightly during the day and also it clouded over for a ...