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... land by 11am! Natalie was
still sleeping at this point, haha! I was so happy I got to go off right as I
sat down in the tender boat because about a minute after we saw a dolphin’s fin
peek out of the water! It was so close to us!
Once on land there were a few stands selling local products to the left, and
taxi boats to the right. I really had no idea what this island had to offer or
where to go so I just kinda walked in circles for ...
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... swarmed around the bait. I just have never seen that many fish in one spot!! It was too much fun!!!
Our trip was done after the snorkeling. It was about noon time. We came back to the tender pier. There were a bunch of vendors there selling pearl and shell jewelries but nothing really spoke to me. We were told in the Kia Ora hotel/resort there was a dive shop where we could get rash guard, etc. We wanted to see if we could get one for Bob. We ...
... say hi and ask for a tour for our kids to come see the boat. It was a great experience for them. They were studying oceanography which was perfect because the kids have a probe that they take samples from and send back the results to Graland, which is their school back home. The funny part was that Delisa asked them if they had to go to school on the weekends and they said yes they had to do something almost every day which was not what the kids wanted to hear! Ha this also brought ...
... whales? To our surprise they were Orcas!!! What a beautiful and rare sighting!! Everyone was so excited! (Especially Levi the dog) DIVING We start our diving on the north end of the island of Fakarava the second largest atoll in the Tuamotus. It is super long and flat which is opposite of what we saw in the Marquesas. Our first dive we encountered Manta Rays! This was our best view and interaction with multiple Mantas to date. They did a little dance swooping and diving all around ...