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... a metre long and our 1.8m guide was struggling with it. After that, I didn’t really care about the rain and cold, the turtle was awesome.
We anchored just off of an unpopulated island, I can’t remember what it was called but again, it would have been stunning on a day that wasn’t so wet and grey. Anyhow, mum and I wandered into the tree line where there were some tables and hut type things where ...
... next coral tower, watching the fish darting in and out of the formations, others digging in the sand looking for their meal or taking bites out of the coral and processing the by-products.
We didn't want to leave, nor the day to end, staring out at the shades of blue water inside the lagoon, the locals taking cruisers for a ride on their sailing pirogues, waves breaking on the outer reef, cooling breezes and swaying ...
... themselves as one of three groups. The Caledonians, which includes the whites or white mixed with Asian, Melanesian or Polynesian ancestry, who have lived on the island for several generations. The Metros are the new immigrants from France, and the Melanesians. The official language is French.
This tiny island is lovely and a perfect short stop for those who want to swim in the beautiful water and snorkel the reef. ...
... 8212;Gretchen's favorite ever is a remote village deep into the Amazon River where the natives still live in huts with ...
... morning so she slammed her breakfast down in record time and made her way up to Turtle Cove. Tiffany and I then went down and got on a tender boat to head to shore and check out what I hoped would be the most beautiful place in the world.
We arrived on land after a quick tender transfer. Check out the awesome photo I got of the ship from the tender boat - gorgeous. After arriving on land we wondered down the road to see some more markets loaded with more ...