Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa
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After a short hop with Air Tahiti we landed at the Island of Raiatea and took our ferry transfer to Le Taha'a in the lagoon surrounding Tahaa Island. It was akin to a Maldivian island with beautiful clear waters and a lagoon like a private aquarium: sharks, rays, octopus, sea cucumbers and every tropical fish - amazing. Our overwater bungalow was …
... camera ran out of battery so I was not able to take any picture!:-( It was SO COOL!! I got in the water but was holding on to the ladder of the boat the entire time. And I really really enjoyed snorkeling!! Just wish I could swim better and could swim out to see more fish!!
After the shark, Patrick took us back into the lagoon to a place where the water was relatively shallow - we could touch the bottom standing up. There were a whole bunch ...
... take out a second (or third) mortgage. Neither of us are eaters of huge cuts of meat but what we ate of what we were served was delicious. There was just too much of it. As we were sat in the restaurant the Paul Gaugin sailed into the bay and anchored further down towards Paopao.
Well before 11:59 our scheduled departure time, the anchors came up and we made our way out through the reef. Next destination – Aitutaki, Cook Islands
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... in the sky which made us all hope for an improvement in the weather conditions for the rest of the day. We were on the first tender over. It was cloudy and we actually took the umbrella from our cabin just in case we needed it. We had to wade onto the island from the tender and we snagged 2 lounge chairs in a shady location with a view of the beach. There were vendors on the motu selling handmade jewelry and vanilla products. I bought some vanilla powder. We needed ...
... It is a parasitic sea urchin that feeds on the coral and destroys it. It has to be removed from the water to kill it, since killing it underwater releases its eggs, which would allow them to continue to feed on the coral. Our next stop was a huge sea anemone with a family of clown fish. It is sticky when you touch it and grabs your skin. You have to touch it with the thick part of your fingers. As we continued around the island, we encountered a pod of porpoises. ...