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One of the things I clearly didn't bring with me from my periodical publishing days was a sense of immediacy. Well you don’t need to with an online travel blog do you? Most of the people who read them have no idea who you are, what you look like, or what your favourite cocktail is. They certainly don’t really care if you were there JUST …
I was up around 6 - somehow woke up and could not fall back to sleep.
We finished breakfast before 9 and got ready to go to Taha'a before 9:30. The motor boat took us over directly to the car rental place. It was a pretty quick ride. The rental car was manual and Bob was the driver. It was a Toyota with 3 rows of seats, but not much bigger than a sedan, with no trunk space. I don't think we have this kind of car in the States. The car did not look bad, ...
I got up before 7. Bob was up shortly before 7:30. Another beautiful, and warm, day on Vahine.
After the very nice breakfast, Bob and I took a walk in the shallow water from the other side of the island all the way back to our side. The water was very refreshing and it was more clear than around the bungalows.We walked around the rocks and some corals in the shallow water, did not see much fish at all. I brought my snorkel mask with me ...
This was our first full day at Vahine. We got up around 7 - could have slept much later but somehow I was not able to sleep late :-( I was actually hoping to be up at sunrise but missed it.
Breakfast (included) was 7:30 - 9:30 and we went around 8. It was such a fantastic breakfast! Fresh fruits - passion fruit, banana, pineapple, and papaya; home-made yogurt and fresh fruit juice. I ordered muesli and egg white omelet, and of course fresh bread toast. The ...
... with the sharks, playing with the sting rays, etc.
The weather could not have been more cooperative and better. Beautiful sunny day, blue sky, blue water, white puffy clouds, green mountains, paradise!
8 of us were on this whole day tour. For the 4x4 tour, we got on the truck and our guide/driver first took us up the mountain to see the American bunker and canons from WW II. The most interesting thing about this was the ...
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