Blue Heaven Island
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... bread crumbs spread all around by our guides, circle about us. Mom sits this one out. Hey, after you swim amidst the danger of sharks and rays, who wants to hang with little fishies?
Now we take off for a ride around the entire island. Our powerful craft moves quickly trough the lagoon, stopping periodically to point out landmarks such as bunkers and cannons from WWII and the numerous hotel accommodations. Bora Bora has become synonymous with ...
... crossing the International Dateline was Pago Pago, (it is pronounced Pango Pango). It has been the Territory of the USA since the implementation of the 1900 Deed of Cessio. The harbour was used as the site of an American Naval Base. Its currency is US Dollars.
Unfortunately the weather was really against us, a tropical storm had been dominating the weather pattern for two days prior to our arrival and continued doing ...
... came by and gave me a glass of cab....to make the waiting more comfortable he said. He was right. Both families arrived at roughly the same time, as we sat side by side at a table for 5 and a table for 4. It was my turn to be with Lida tonight. Justin and Ty were fascinated with the food, and the lack of prices on the menu. Everything on the cruise is included -- all you can eat and drink and no tipping. The excursions, and spa things are extra. After dinner ...
... a vanilla bean will be produced. Therefore vanilla farming in French Polynesia is a laborious process as each flower needs to be pollinated by hand when the plant flowers. We witnessed this happening, which was fascinating as it was like delicate surgery. As we wandered around the town, we were told that tourism has decreased somewhat over the recent years and many restaurants have been closing as a result. The town is lovely with cute shops, a market and a ...
... is the barefoot, white-sanded South Sea island you are thinking of. It's all here, and it is just as beautiful as you imagined.
Bora Bora is just as impressive and much bigger than you imagine (60 kms around), its unmistakeable twin-peaks are green and knife edged, and seem pretty familiar from all the repeated exposure. Despite the familiarity it is still a kind of surreal, 'through the looking glass' experience actually being here in the flesh. As we ...