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... of your speed or direction. Coral rises from the seabed to within a foot of the surface so you must lay flat to glide over it. I find I catch up with the people ahead of me and I can't slow down without lowering my legs to brace off the coral, a great way to get cut up. Still traveling through the reef at a good clip. I carefully manage to slow down just enough to put some distance between those ahead and we come out in the shallows near our boat. Want to try again? ...
... of Papeete on Saturday to disembark. Taking all kinds of pictures from our glorious departure from Ta'Haa... and sailing off toward Bora Bora..... yet one more time. My favorite island! It supposedly is only going to take us three or four hours to get these from here.... which means that by the time we go to sleep tonight, we should be in Bora Bora. Dinner tonight was in L'Etoile. No reservations necessary....first serve. We arrived at 6:30p. just when it opened so we would be ...
... I was finishing my second cup of hot chocolate. Plans today were going to be playing at the beach/pool and sunning. Then around noon-ish, when the Campbells returned from their excursion, we all ordered lunch from the wonderful swim up bar, and one by one were filing toward the spa for our individual treatments. All of us did our own thing, and kept running into each other as they were doing what they wanted to do as well. Fun, very relaxing for me, as I was ...
... we took of him posing), he was adamant the cruise director was not gay (apart from the fact he was). As you can imagine this was highly amusing to Wills who made a mental note of all of these statements and took delight in bringing them up every time a contraction was made.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Barbara is still working on the Bora Bora blog, so since I have some time I will try to remember what we did during our half day on this beautiful island.
This did not seem to be a "walking" port so we decided to be adventurous and head into the countryside. We booked a HAL tour advertised as “Island by Le Truck”. The transportation today would literally by on a ...