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... just stood on shore than if I got in the water.
The weather was really really hot! Even the locals said this was a hot day. We got back to the ship around 3. I kept thinking I wanted to see more of the island/atoll, but did not know what to do, and it was too hot to walk more.
Back on the ship, took the shower and cleaned up. Boy it felt wonderful! Then I started packing .... Sad isn't it?! The cruise is almost over - 2 ...
... 8217;t manageable if you were a good swimmer. Here we were given an hour to snorkel. Keith and I stayed together and we saw everything from a lion fish, to trigger fish, to beautiful angel fish and even some black tipped reef sharks thrown in for good measure. I wasn’t afraid of them since I knew they weren’t going to bother me. The coral was beautiful—myriads of colors and types. We worked around the entire coral head and ...
... which is Asian. Everyone was raving it and with good reason. Excellent food and atmosphere. I had the best chocolate and lemon creme brulee for dessert. I have been told I can call my butler any evening and have him deliver it to our room. I just might have to do that.
Tonight we set sail for Pitcairn Island, home of Mutiny on the Bounty. It will take 2 days to get there.
... passes. The main pass to enter the lagoon is known as "Passe Garuae" and it is the largest pass in French Polynesia. The southern pass is called Tumakohua. Fakarava is small and most of the approximately 700 inhabitants are living in the main village Rotoava. Fakarava is known for its beautiful dive spots and beautiful –almost golden- beaches (but you have to know where to look for them).
It is absolutely amazing here! Soon as we had landed at the ...
... Hans, the hotel has 30 bungs, however there are only 17 people here, and a staff of 15. The bungs are large and spread apart, we are in a beachfront which does have air conditioning, even though the arched roof is open to the breezes, the other bungs do not have a/c. The bathroom has a door to the outside and is a large sunken area with coral filled troughs to catch the extra water. And there is hot water which is a real treat as no other pension on ...