Travel Blogs from Rangiroa
... What skillful seamanship we observed – a perfect “10” passage. Bravo Zulu Captain Sybe de Boer and crew, Bravo Zulu!!!
After a leisurely breakfast, we boarded the next convenient tender (it’s so nice to be 4 **** Mariners and have tender privileges – no lines or tickets required)
Once ashore we dashed from shade to shade again to avoid the blistering tropical sun. ...
... the third reef line. We noticed it just before sundown and so put the 3rd reef in and sailed through the night in lightening winds very much underpowered. The repair would have to wait for daylight but the reduced sail area cost us more than 2 knots.
Come Sunday morning the front had moved off to the North East and we were blessed with beautiful clear, blue skies, 10-14 knots of breeze, calm seas and a yacht that was screaming out to be unshackled ...
... 1086;й полос
77; земли разбр
86;саны небол 00;шие дерев
85;и и гости
85;ицы для отдых
... there was a taxi, but taxies were hard to find. So Bob and I walked. It was about a mile, but because of the heat, it was tough, especially Bob had to carry the bag. We thought about going back to the ship to drop off the stuff and then come back, but decided against it. The walk to the resort actually could be fun, if it were not so hot. The road was open ocean side of the atoll and it was quite beautiful.
We finally got to the hotel, but the ...
... island, Tikehau in the Tuamotu archipelago, about one hour flight from Papetee. And, we really do not regret this change. The atoll has a small village but where we are staying, there is only our hotel. The quality of the coral, even underneath the bungalows is fantastic, one of the best we have seen, with numerous fish schools. Actually, since our bungalow has a glass window on the floor, we see many trumpet fish, stingrays and ...
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