Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora
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... the island of Hiva Oa. We toured town and went to the artist Paul Gaugin museum and the cemetery where he is buried. The next day was Bill's bday and was perfect! He said it was his best birthday ever. We went to another small island called Tumoatau. We anchored and prepared for a beach party! While Bill and Tony went flying again, we all got dressed up in our finest beach attire. We looked great. So off we all go to the beach. It was such ...
... the outside of the
group seemingly in deference to the sting rays and never come too close. A mask
and snorkel are essential equipment to take it all in from an underwater
perspective. The kids loved it with only the occasional leap into a taller
persons' arms when it became a little hysterical..... An afternoon walk was
attempted after lunch. The vegetation is lush and verdant with big leafed
foliage and big fat cattle ...
... and will head to dinner at 8:00. Tonight we are having Indonesian food. This is what our server Den would have. It will have beef, pork and chicken, fried rice, fried banana, dill pickles and shrimp crackers. The beef and rice will be spicy. No show so we will head to the pool party at 9:00pm. The tenders run until 2:30am so who knows.
(Lakieta, I took a picture just for you, you’ll know the ...
... Then they lead you down and put your hand on a guide rope. Randy went first and I was next. You have a mesh bag with bread attached to you and you should see the fish gather. You walk along the rope and after a while, if you are comfortable, you can let go and just walk around. We're only about 10 feet deep but the feeling is GRAND for someone that is scared of the water. After about 10 minutes I felt ...
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