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... It was so nice talking to this man though and getting to know a taste of the
culture here. I am so used to being immersed into cultures with the YAs when we
homestay with families, but here being a tourist is completely different. You
only see the beauty in places and see what people want to show you or sell to
you and you don’t get to know how the people really live. I am so fortunate to
be able to see such paradise-like places, but seeing only goes so far for ...
WOW so much has happened since I have last
written so I’ll break it up in a few entries for ya. We finally finished our twelve day cruise
which included performing all 6 of our shows (twice because we do two runs of
each show), rehearsals every morning, and cruise staff duties all on our
own. It was a very busy cruise for us
six dancers but hey we did it and I couldn’t be more proud! And in the end we made it to the French
Polynesia! Today ...
... Ah!!! .... We met the Warrens for buffet dinner - it was Polynesian night and they put out such a nice spread! Amazingly fresh seafood, and a big variety of other choices - lamb chops, steak, pork, you name it! We wanted to eat early so we can watch the Polynesian dance show which turned out to be OK but quite fun.
Tomorrow we have another snorkeling tour which starts at 8:15! God awful early hour :-( We'd better get to bed early.
... lagoon, then out through the reef past Motu Tapu where we’d eaten the night before. A couple of lunatics had come out here in a speed boat to surf the reef break. It would only have been a metre or so. Shaq said they are out here when it’s three metres as well. Ouch!
We tied up to another mooring maybe 100 metres from the reef to see the black tip reef and lemon sharks. We’d read, and been told by Shaq, that the lemon sharks ...
Nature must have used its most gaudy range of colours when it created this wonderful piece of earth, far away from any big civilization in the middle of the South Pacific. The postcard-perfect, surreal beauty of Bora Bora is actually a result of an interesting geological process. The island is formed by a dead volcano which slowly sinks into the ocean, whereas corals built a circle of reefs and "motus" (little ...