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... have the water so
Cameron was experimenting with his new Go Pro camera and we got a few shots for
our music video we have been talking about since we visited the Golden Princes,
haha! But other than that it was just
nice being in the water and laying in the sun. Here is where there is that pool
right off the ...
I was up around 6 - somehow woke up and could not fall back to sleep.
We finished breakfast before 9 and got ready to go to Taha'a before 9:30. The motor boat took us over directly to the car rental place. It was a pretty quick ride. The rental car was manual and Bob was the driver. It was a Toyota with 3 rows of seats, but not much bigger than a sedan, with no trunk space. I don't think we have this kind of car in the States. The car did not look bad, ...
... Hiro’s tour was fun but Marc’s Motu Picnic and Shark tour was seriously good.
And so to the sharks.
Once lunch was over and we’d had time for a decent relax (this is tiring work you know), we climbed back on board the outrigger and headed right around the southern end of Huahine Iti and right up the west coast of both it and Huahine Nui until we came around to the reef somewhere off Fare where we tied up beside ...
... and hired two scooters. We had done this once before in The Cook Islands where we shared one scooter for the day, so having one each was quite a luxury, although we could consequently only afford to hire them for half a day. Colin soon demonstrated how riding a scooter was as easy as falling off a log. Well, falling off a scooter actually as he went crashing to the ground at the foot of “Magic Mountain”.
Thankfully he ...
... us and were ready for another flight..this time to Bora Bora. But as we still had some time Lucky went for a walk with his camera and our dog companion while I was laying on a sunbed under a coconut tree watching the waves and the ocean. Any exposure of my skin to the sun was painful so I had to wear a long sleeved top and light long beach trousers so that my body was safe and covered from head to toe.