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... a sea turtle rehab area with 7 turtles they we got to observe and feed. Chelsea's dream job! Next they feed us a local lunch consisting of tuna steaks (the best I've ever had), chicken, rice, raw fish in coconut milk (not bad), taro root (like potatoes), and something they claimed was banana with tapioca soaked in coconut milk. I'm not sure what it really was but it was pretty good if you could get past the color and texture. It was dark red and very ...
... one direction with the current there really wasn't much you could do to change course. We had to catch each other as we floated by. Great workout. Of course the snorkeling was brilliant. What I thought to be about 4' deep water under our hut turned out to be 20+ feet deep! That's how positively clear the water is! Fish everywhere. There is some big chucks of coral on some of our pillars that were swarming with thousands of ...
... a dark warm gray. We saw a lot of various fishes including
Manta Ray (see the photo). Everywhere there are shells where pearls are growing. It is interesting
to watch them: mollusks are trying to get out but when you get closer they immediately lock the
shell. They are very colorful - red, yellow, green and blue. The pearls also have variation of colors.
We continue our beachfront ...
... 3rd spot, and it was fun. But it was not too fun to be in the rain on land. We got on a truck and came back to the pier and then the ship. It was only 2-ish. I was hoping to make it to the dive shop and town, but did not get the chance. Our ship would set sail at 4, towards the Marquesas islands.
Bob and I did our treadmill before having dinner with Ira and Fran at 6:30. We had no specialty restaurant reservation today, so we ate in the main dining room.
It turns out it was election weekend and celebrations pre- and post-election was what was going in on in the covered arena beside the quay. On Saturday afternoon the road from Matira had been blocked with a parade of vehicles ostensibly supporting their preferred candidate, but it seemed more like a competition to see who could play the loudest and most ridiculous rap and r&b music. It had stretched the whole way into town.
The ship ...
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