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... without fins. One of our new friends the gentle giant Jim got out with blood pouring down his foot where he had been pushed by a rogue current onto the sharp reef.
There were two boats on the tour following in convoy and between the two boats there must have been about 40 of us in total. On the next stop which took a good hour to get to, the boat slowed down and we all unloaded in the middle of the ocean in the most pristine blue clear knee height water ...
... were clean and nice and there were flowers everywhere. We finally got to the spot where we felt would be the spot to get in the water. I got in, but I did not wear my snorkel mask. The water was shallow - i got in as deep as my chest and did not go any further. Fran and Ira went further and saw many fish. The fish were kind of small, but there were quite a variety. I saw some fish and corals. I was happy. Just being in the water felt ...
... we listened to the local band playing Polynesian music for us, and admired the cute children. The Executive Chef had been ashore, too, shopping for fresh fish and produce. We shared the tender back to the ship with a barrel of tuna; several more barrels arrived on later tenders. Can't get much fresher than that! While riding back out to the ship, the skies opened up again, and the seas became choppy enough that the crew couldn't hook ...
... dinner after a pasta cooking class. There were 2 other couples at our table. It was an enjoyable evening. I had the most divine lobster with pasta.
We went to the casino and "donated" some money. Hopefully they'll give it back at some point.
Today we anchored at Fakarava. Never heard of it? Me neither. I thought Huahine was small but this island looks like it will wash away in the next ...
... we got back to the pension, picked a green coconut on the way back, and had a delicious dinner and more beautiful conversations. Thank you people! Time to say goodbye and after a last good breakfast at the pension it was time to go. With beautiful pictures and even more beautiful memories we are on our way to Rangiroa, a more touristic atoll in French Polynesia. at least we were travelling with Marie, Lelou and their friends - so we had such nice ...