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I have been seeing Bhong every few days and each
time I just realize how amazing of a guy he is and I appreciate how much he is
doing for me. The right side of my back is much better, it is soft now like the
left side and it doesn’t stick out. I
always have a lot of knots around my shoulder blades and unwanted tissue under
my left shoulder blade by my rib that he has worked out twice now.
As for my hip, he still says it is a big job to fix the bones and ...
... and hop in the water.
Since the animals were very likely conditioned to put boats together with food, there were quite a few swimming around checking us out. I decided that I didn’t really need/want to feed a stingray and instead walked away from the group to try to get some photos without peoples legs in them. I was successful, in fact I was so focussed on taking a couple of my photos, that I didn’t see the three reef sharks slowly swimming towards ...
I woke up early for the sunrise and it was great this morning. This really is a panoramic bungalow. I am lucky we got this one because they classify 29 bungalows as panoramic and I would say twenty of them have panoramic views of other bungalows. I went back to bed and figured we would get some more sleep before snorkeling.
When I woke up, I walked out to the terrace and ...
... using their advice to stay in a homestay very close to the airport which was exactly what we needed, and at the right price!
Thanks to their advice, we had a wonderful last night in French Polynesia, even with the very long wait for the bus and the ferry. The homestay had a beautiful view of the harbour and Moorea, and we enjoyed watching the sunset before heading out to find something to eat.
After walking down towards town, we started to run into a lot ...
... waiting outside our villa and would just walk in when we opened the door.
This was a great place to round out our holiday and the time zone was only a couple of hours different to NZ, so body clock was sorted by the time we got home.