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... first delayed and then it was announced that the port was closed because the dock for our tenders was under two feet of water and there were many downed trees blocking roads. The water can be see running off the low lying shore areas into the bay. I have watched a man in an outrigger canoe trying to paddle to shore for about 45 minutes. He seems no closer now than before. There must be very strong ...
... were done and got to sit back and watch everyone else. The other couples were getting more nervous as time went on but like I said they all did an amazing job. Last was Cameron and Marianne and I figured from the beginning that they would win because they had a great upbeat song, and the most choreography. And they did win! The rest of us got runner-up trophies and took some pictures and just like that all our hard work was done. I could tell Dieter really enjoyed it and was proud ...
On waiting for our transfer to the airport the sun started to appear and it was as humid as hell. We checked our bags at the domestic terminal and asked what gate we had to head too. The attendant looked at us with a strange glare and just said "go over there". On heading "over there" we noticed that there was only one gate and we waited patiently sitting under the fans until our Air Tahiti Nui Dash 8 arrived. There were lots of honeymooners ...
... that with bright sunshine and calm wind, I slowly motored up into the long and narrow Cooks Bay, the awe inspiring peaks, and razor back ridges. All this and the sound of the birds chirping made it so ***********centrate on navigating the course, that had once again had been sent to me via email from Andrew. This I followed until I realized that the final waypoint was too deep to anchor. I finally dropped anchor further up the bay in ...
... College where we were given some jam to taste. The jam was made by the students of the college from fruit grown in the college orchards. After the college stop we went via another view point, which was very busy as it was at the end of a road surfaced with Tarmac, to a temple site that was used many years ago for an arrow throwing competition. We had been warned to use insect repellent for the trip and the driver called this site "the mosquito farm". He ...