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we went today for a Dolphin and Whale Watching boat tour with Dr. Michael Poole, a whale-watching tour of the renovated marine biologists and his research team. Dr. Michael Poole has been living on the island of Moorea and doing research in waters of French Polynesia on the humpback whales, spinner dolphins, rough-toothed dolphins …
Today I have posted some pictures from our last evening at Hilton Resort, truly the best one among luxury hotels (there are two: Intercontinental with the Dolphin centre and Sofitel). There are also some pictures from our second hotel, Hotel Kaveka. Well, the surroundings are better, you could have done much more out of the place. I cannot really …
Ia ora na, my dear friends,
today I am going to give you some general information about the beautiful island of Moorea. Moorea means "Yellow Lizard" in the local Tahitian language. The original name, used until the mid 1800s was Eimeo. Moorea is only 60 km around. Around 19 thousand people live on the island in 5 villages working for the …
... David, and David agreed that I should go. OMG. Underwater in a bubble, on a bike for 35 minutes or so. I am not sure about this whole idea. Since Priscilla was not going to use her seat, both Justin and Ty chimed out "...I'll take Grammy...". I could not make this decision which boy would be in the driver's seat of the second bike. I left that decision up to them. Whichever one was on the loading ramp area, was going to be the one who wold be with me. Lida offered the ...
... I started panicking and has a massive breakdown. I nearly got tipped out by one wave and then was more than enough for me. The thought of falling in knowing there is a shark lurking about sent me in to mass panic. Matty didn't know what to do with me and kept trying to calm me down. Eventually we got back in the shore line and I breathed a sigh of relief. I told Matty to go for it by him self but even he said the sea was too rough. The manager told us that if you go ...