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... I was pretty pouty by the time we got back, but who can really be that mad while on a beauitful tropical island! Erich on the other hand, had a great dive and although couldn't get very close to the sharks due to some scientists who were feeding them at the time (in order to tag and observe) was still excited and fascinated to see some sharks close by and even circling! Because of my ears having issues, we decided to leave it for a few days and try again - which I'm very glad ...
... towards where
the stingray was again. Oh and by the way this whole time just about there were
two guys singing and playing their ukuleles which always makes things better.
Robert said to be careful because I was turning pink haha so I went in the
shade, and laid down to try to take a nap. I didn’t get much sleep last night and
I wanted to be rested for the show. We were on this island for 5 hours! But it
really was incredible and I’d go back again in a ...
... in color, they swam in schools (if that’s the proper term) of 6 to 20. Some small (maybe 2-3 feet in length), most of a medium size (4-6 feet), and a few large ones maybe 8 feet or more. Round and round in circles. Unnerving at first, but because they never intruded, it soon became ...
... climate, beautiful women and a landscape that is both imposing but peaceful. The people of these islands are quite happy too, and they have plenty to be happy about. Although these people aren't rich they are very well provided for by the French government. I can't say to what extent they are subsidized here, but everyone is well fed, has housing and other luxuries that would otherwise be unattainable for them if these islands were self sustaining. That's not to say ...
... was lunch instead of dinner, which is a GREAT way to eat I think!) and get to try out some local meals, including a lot of seafood like parrotfish! Besides the obvious seafood dishes you'd run into in French Polynesia, we also lived on peanut butter sandwhiches, since the french baguette was the cheapest food you could find on any of the islands! At $1 a two foot baguette, its safe to say we gained a bit of weight eating all those carbs!
Yes, those first two ...