Hotel La Pirogue
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... just in general I would notice that when I dance my legs would kick lower and I wouldn’t be as flexible. All of that made me really tear up because I just couldn’t believe how lucky I am to know him and for him to take the time almost every single day to make sure my body is ok for my life and for my work. If I had never met him, I probably would never consider going to a physical therapist, let alone a therapeutic therapist like he is. ...
... camera ran out of battery so I was not able to take any picture!:-( It was SO COOL!! I got in the water but was holding on to the ladder of the boat the entire time. And I really really enjoyed snorkeling!! Just wish I could swim better and could swim out to see more fish!!
After the shark, Patrick took us back into the lagoon to a place where the water was relatively shallow - we could touch the bottom standing up. There were a whole bunch ...
... of us with The World behind us. Then finished with a beautiful goodbye song as we came into the quay. We must have so looked the part leaving and coming back on our own in a fancy boat being skippered by a hot guy! Hahahahaha.
I had a few thousand (not as much as it sounds) Pacific francs left so we went and bought a couple of pareos and a beautiful timber manta ray. We ended up with the equivalent of 20c in my wallet. Perfect.
It was ...
... Pahia rise in the center
of the island and make an awesome backdrop for the crystal
clear emerald waters of the surrounding lagoon.
Today we are earlier than expected and our tender procedures took only ten
minutes or so. “Don't worry Madam, the boat is on the way. Take
some pictures, enjoy the market,” a voice on the other end of the
cell phone suggested. I then started to relax thinking we're on
island time, ...
Tah'aa (Tah-ah-ah) is enclosed in the same barrier reef as Raiatea and is often called the "Vanilla Island." With only 4500 inhabitants, it is a quiet place where the residents not owning a vanilla plantation, make a living fishing and raising livestock. The main thing here for the cruise, is the private motu. This is the only place where we encountered bad weather. We went to bed with rain the night before and awoke to a dull, grey and misty day. There was, however, a ...