Travel Blogs from Rangiroa
... while just enjoying this tropical wonder.
One constant throughout all the islands we have visited has been one of friendliness and respect to us as visitors. They obviously appreciate the goodwill and support of their livelihood to their lives.
Thank you good ship Statendam and Crew for making this possible.
Next I will attempt to catch up with my blog – see you next on Fanning Island. ...
Onwards to Rangiroa!
After a wonderful but much too brief stop in the Marquesas we departed Nuku Hiva at 2200 on the 10th April. We had achieved much whilst there; getting an ugly but effective repair made to the Gennaker, researching and booking a Marina Berth in Tahiti, organising and booking a few repair and maintenance service calls also for Tahiti, resupplying the Pantry, refuelling and getting the LPG tanks refilled.
Sadly Steve had to ...
- Сейча 89; мы перел 77;тели на групп 91; остро 74;ов Туамо 90;у. Их главн 86;й отлич 80;тельн& #1086;й ...
... jumping out of the water now and then. It was SO EXCITING!! The waves were just the right amount of roughness for the dolphins to play, and it was not too rough for us. I was the only one who put on the life jacket. Like others, I took video with my underwater camera, but really did not catch any good shots. We're all crowded in the zodiac and I had to hang on to the zodiac (to make sure I did not fall out of the boat:-)). I took a whole bunch of videos ...
... wonderful atoll in French Polynesia where we have spent 5 days. After reading the Lonely Planet (TGLP !!) we had to choose among more than 100 different islands, Taha’a and Maupiti, both in the Society Island Archipelago. We thought that these places were the best for snorkeling and not too far away from Papetee. However, after speaking to a Swiss couple we met in Argentina at the Estancia La Porteņa, we decided to try a ...
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