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... lagoon, then out through the reef past Motu Tapu where we’d eaten the night before. A couple of lunatics had come out here in a speed boat to surf the reef break. It would only have been a metre or so. Shaq said they are out here when it’s three metres as well. Ouch!
We tied up to another mooring maybe 100 metres from the reef to see the black tip reef and lemon sharks. We’d read, and been told by Shaq, that the lemon sharks ...
... Pahia rise in the center
of the island and make an awesome backdrop for the crystal
clear emerald waters of the surrounding lagoon.
Today we are earlier than expected and our tender procedures took only ten
minutes or so. “Don't worry Madam, the boat is on the way. Take
some pictures, enjoy the market,” a voice on the other end of the
cell phone suggested. I then started to relax thinking we're on
island time, ...
... Tony as he is currently crossing the Pacific on "The Big Blue" boat, which we will meet later on. We are going on a sailboat for 4 nights with everyone! We are so excited! Bill will be teaching the kids sailing, and I, well I can steer the boat and tie a few knots. Ha Oh and mix yummy cocktails. Here are a few pics from ...
... After lunch, we continued on our journey to the place where we were going to snorkel and watch one of our guides feed the black tip reef sharks. We only used our masks and snorkel here. They tied up to a fixed platform. Once in the water, we held onto a rope and watched as the guide attracted the sharks by slapping the water and then throwing fish pieces. Keith said one shark swam between my legs and it was a good thing I didn’t have my head in the water at that moment or I ...
... Moorea. We couldn't believe our eyes. They were shocked too though :-) World is small.
The following day we rented a kayak and explored the lagoon, went to the nearby Motus, enjoyed the colorful coral garden with different species of fish and all exhausted, burnt and tired got back. We sort of underestimated the weather and the lagoon conditions. Sun was shining all day long, the reflection from water ...