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It's 6:30am. I know because our wake up call. Outside I can see it's cloudy with drizzle. We are scheduled today for another snorkel tour, this time with Bruno's. These last half dozen stops are prime spots for water activities and great opportunities to see sharks, rays, turtles, eels and all kinds of tropical fish. Since Mom likes boats and we both like the warm, clear ocean water, it made sense to book the majority of our ocean activities during this time. Of course, ...
... a mild 'sex on the beach'..... as all three of us laughed, Ty verbally saying "....Gra-mmmy...!!!" Then Ty and Justin each order: Ty and virgin pina colada, and Justin a virgin ChiChi. We walked back to our chairs, and sat down and enjoyed our creations, expertly served to us in a coconut shell. Before we knew it, the BBQ had begun, and everyone eagerly went thru a very extensive buffet line. It was then I saw David and Skyler, and knew they had drifted in on the tides of ...
... had the sabre and the champagne ready for sabering. I must admit, I was more than nervous to hold a sabre and pop off the end of a champagne bottle..... but if Kyle, then David, could do it, then I want to give it a try. Both David and Kyle said they would back me up if I could not do it. Shaking, but excited, Sebastian began my individualized lesson with me. He brought two practice bottles, like he did for Kyle, and I aced both of them first try. Now ...
... gave me a very detailed view of Polynesian culture and it was so great to see how the Heiva keeps Polynesian traditions very much alive, through the super competitiveness! (http://www.tahiti-tourisme.com/discove r/heiva-tahiti.asp). Bora Bora Bad Rep? Bora Bora gets a bit of a bad reputation with locals for not being an authentic French Polynesian island anymore, because it has been taken over by tourism. I would agree with this but I would also say that it has been ...
Everyone one at the hospital and especially all the staff on the WindSpirit were amazing and caring. The hospital was basic, with a small courtyard that was home to many chickens and roosters. (also had and oceanview). Care was Xrays, stitches, antibiotics and pain medicine. Total bill with over night stay $623.00.
Windstar arranged for a taxi to pick us up to take ...