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. ...
... had lunch and prepared to depart on the mid afternoon tide. Onwards to Tahiti and “my love who waits silently there for me” (been listening to Simon & Garfunkel lately if you didn’t guess). At 1500 hours we were prepared to depart for Papeete and tried hauling up the anchor. After several attempts it was obviously wedged and not of a mind to co-operate. It was much too deep for any of us to dive on.
You'll love this Rob. Out came the big ...
... rays, dolphins and hammerhead sharks gather.
We made our way to one of the dive shops on the island full of excitement and very quickly received the worst news possible. The tides were all wrong and none of the operators would be snorkelling the Tiputa Pass that day. Bugger.
Not ones to let a wrong tide ruin our day, we still decided to book onto a snorkel tour ...
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... 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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