Le Maitai Dream Fakarava Hotel
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... There were a couple pearl vendors there (all seemed to be operated by French), and some stands selling basic pearl and shell jewelries. We shopped around for a while. Then we started walking north where we were told there was a good spot to get in the water to see fish.
We walked for about a mile - probably much less than a mile but under the very hot sun it felt like more than a mile! It was SO HOT that I could feel the ...
... It was fabulous! Warm, clear, and NO FISH. I saw one little one, and Don spotted a couple more. He didn't get much practice with his new underwater camera.
Hopefully that will be rectified when we get to our next stop, Bora Bora, where we've also scheduled a snorkeling tour.
One of the funniest things we saw were the two dogs who went swimming with their owner, and chose to take a break by sitting down on top of the ...
... doesn't like people coming up at breakfast offering to carry her plate from the buffet to her table. Hello, eat in your cabin then. We love the service on the cruise line and miss it terribly when we get home. Randy and I stand in the kitchen waiting for someone to carry our plate to the TV trays in the living room.
We ate at Toscana last night. I certainly planned it right when I made the ...
... were really clear and loud. Afterwards we were told by Maria that they had seen a big school of dolphins just in front of the boat - jumping and playing, making saltos and having fun! WOW What a beautiful moment that has been! Nevertheless, for the the eager divers, after 54 minutes it was time to surface again. Another amazing dive has been added to his memories and the good thing is that this time even pictures were taken! Back at our pension, we ...
... you an Idea why... Fakarava is the second larger atoll of French Polynesia after Rangiroa. Located by 16°19'60 of southern latitude and 145°37' of longitude in Archipelago of Tuamotu, the more lengthened archipelagoes of French Polynesia, Fakarava is 1-hour flight from Tahiti and 35mn flight from Rangiroa and respectively 450 km distant from Tahiti. The shape of the atoll is a rectangular form, 60-km length and 25 km width; its reef crown is made up ...