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... com who sold pearls on the side. It was interesting to go into his residence which was very nicely done! He could just jump into the ocean from his pontoon (deck) any time! He was born and bred in Tahiti and came to Taha'a 20 some years ago. His wife was a school teacher and they had 4 kids. We later met his wife who must be a beautiful woman when young (still pretty now).
We came back to the car rental place around 4:30. They called our resort and ...
... welcomed us and introduced the resort to us. This was a very small private resort, with 3 over-the-water-bungalows and 6 other bungalows by the water. The maximum # of guests were 18. It was very nice. The office, dining room/restaurant, and the bungalows were all tastefully done. It was quite different from the Moorea Pearl and Manihi resort where we stayed last 2 times. Those 2 were much bigger and more commercialized, in a way. This was a privately owned place - it turned out the wife ...
... to our first snorkelling stop.
The water was a bit murky and the coral not much chop but there was a few fish and it was good to get into the water.
One of the ladies on the boat eventually started talking to us and asked where we were from. When we said Australia it caused great mirth amongst everyone, as they thought we were Americans. I'm guessing the French aren't huge fans. Suddenly everyone was all smiles. It was quite odd. The ...
... stone-fish stings on Wikipedia…
“The pain is said to be so severe that the victims of its sting have been known to demand that the affected limb be amputated.”
And from a stone-fish victim…
"I got spiked on the finger by a Stonefish in Australia … never mind a bee sting. … Imagine having each knuckle, then the wrist, elbow and shoulder being hit in turn with a sledgehammer ...
... beach with no one, except for coral reefs and beautiful views - and Valerie form Paris! So we grab our Polynesian transport - the kayak - and head off into the water. It actually is more fun to be 2 in a one person kayak, but surely you are not even half as fast as you would be alone. Nevertheless a good one to discover the coral reefs in front of the reef and give you some exercise! Back we were, showered, and ready for our first part of the cooking lesson. ...