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... permis de parcourir l'île en tous sens et de connaître (un peu) mieux les habitants au rythme des visites aux membres de la famille. Nous avons ainsi découvert des mets typiques lors d'un dîner chez un frère ( crabes verts, poisson cru au lait de coco..) et dans un fameux restaurant local spécialiste du "ahima", four de pierres chauffées à cuisson lente et simultanée, qui nous a servi un repas ...
... but that wasn’t to be. Bruce wrote a beautiful eulogy which was read at the funeral, and we had a special dinner ashore with a table overlooking the mountain of Bora Bora with the moon rising behind it. Her life was celebrated with a toast, stories, and good food. Good Bye, Mama Jean. You are loved and will be missed!
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... free for cruising boats.
Their friends Anne and Barry had flown back to NZ and so we were all set to explore these two islands with them. These two islands are surrounded by one reef, with a big flat lagoon separating them. Passages are all well marked so navigating around the various reefs was quite simple. After a couple of nights at Raiatea we moved across the lagoon to Taaha and anchored in the bay of Haamene. Tucked right ...
... us right to it. It was quite spectacular and in stark contrast to the calm lagoon.
We caught the 12:15pm shuttle back to our resort and had a nice lunch on our deck.
We had another lazy afternoon followed by viewing the sunset. We then grabbed a takeaway from the Roulette across the road which we enjoyed on our deck.
Our last day on Bora Bora tomorrow....WAH!
Love Carolyn and Paul
... time that, yes snorkeling is great, but we have snorkeled in the most fabulous places in the world and it is spectacular but pretty much the same same now. well we had never seen anything like this. A tropical rain forest of underwater circus performers dressed in the most colorful consumes in the shapes of live corals and clams and fish and sea enemies, the most diverse and beautiful marine habitats I have ever (or anyone for that matter) encountered. It was ...
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