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Avera PK 10 Bord De Mer , Uturoa, Raiatea, Society Islands, 98375, French Polynesia | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Uturoa

Day 6

A travel blog entry by gypsydi on Sep 15, 2014

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Big sail from Tahaa Island today. Survived the crossing to Huahine Island without feeling seasick, which is a first. Mind you eyes on the horizon all the way. The water going across was so dark almost dark dark purple and very deep. A 3 hour sail. Then sailed down the south western side along the lagoon which had amazing colours all the way. ...

Big rays, big sharks, big lagoon, big dongas

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Mar 29, 2014

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... parents had a go at everything.

First stop was rays and sharks. Shaq dropped his pareo and spent the next however long in his black stretch boxers. Nice. It was different to our other two experiences. The rays here were much more ‘all over you’. I suppose it was because they were being fed. And we did some of the feeding. Both through their bizarre vacuum cleaner like mouths, and then even more bizarrely though their ‘ears’ ...

Let the Sun Shine In!

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on Jan 14, 2014

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Yea! A sunny day. My impressions of the South Pacific are much more positive today. We tendered to shore around 900 AM and hired a woman to take us on a tour around the entire island. Her English was limited to the names of things, like 'Protestant Church', 'Elementary School', etc. Another couple joined us, and we made several photo ...

Where I swim with sharks...and survive

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Jun 27, 2013

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... drift snorkel, where you basically just let the current take you. There were a lot of pretty fish and coral to see. The water was crystal clear. Keith saw a small puffer fish and I saw a small jellyfish.

After snorkeling, we stopped at a private motu (island) for lunch. A lot of the motus are ancestral homes, passed down to each generation. On this particular one, the family living there grows cantaloupe and watermelon. Our guide gave us a demonstration on how to make poisson ...

Paradise Found

A travel blog entry by ellawestonwebb on Apr 29, 2013

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... but it was part of the sea.

One funny part of my trip was when Kate threw her beanie baby up at the fan which then flung onto the top of our closet and we had to explain this to the staff who had to attempt to get it down!

Bora Bora was a once in a life time opportunity which I'll never forget! I understand not every 9 year old (my age at the time) can have that experience and I am very grateful for visiting ...