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Some work, mostly play in Paradise

Bora Bora, Society Islands, French Polynesia So now that we got that pesky “work” out of the way, we can relax right? Most of our time was spent at the Bora – Bora yacht club.  “Why” you ask?  It’s the BORA BORA … Continue reading

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Bora Bora Bungalow Life

Bora Bora, Society Islands, French Polynesia You know those “beach success pictures” that you see on marketing materials?  Come on, you know what we’re talking about: the person in their swimsuit, (obviously a very young attractive person because we all … Continue reading

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Outside the bungalow – Dolphins and Sea Turtles!

Moorea, Society Islands, French Polynesia Bungalow’s cool but what else do they have to do around here at the hotel? Actually, quite a lot. We went over to check out the dolphins responsible for our free lunchtime entertainment. The part … Continue reading

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It’s only $520 per night in the off season!

Click Here to Buy Sharktopus on Amazon! or just win it for free by checking our last blog entry! What’s with the obsession with sharktopi?  Just check out who’s staring in it! ———————————————————- Tikehau, Tuamotu, French Polynesia Due to their … Continue reading

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Exploring the motu with the peach sand!

Tikehau, Tuamotu, French Polynesia Our final stop in the island chain of the Tuamotu is Tikehau, a small atoll about a day’s sail from Rangiroa.   Again, for those of you who want the zoomed out picture, we’re still in … Continue reading

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Needles, Haystacks and Islands

Toau, Tuamotu, French Polynesia When we look at those words up there and realize that we could be putting those letters together at random for all the good it does describing our location to you.  We can tell you exactly … Continue reading

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Sailing, Snacks and Garbage

Underway, transiting in the Tuamotu, French Polynesia So we left the natural splendor of Fakarava and headed over to Toau, which was a day’s trip away, and also finally got some video of the mouth-wateringly delectable pamplemousse. For a little … Continue reading

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Living in Farkarava, French Polynesia

Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia Welcome to the main town in Fakarava.  So what does one do here? (aside from the diving, we’ve already established that’s amazing.   Well, that and suicidal crabs) 1) First off, secure transportation.  Preferably, transportation with shock … Continue reading

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Brad Kellogg owes me $67.25

South Pass of Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia Did you know that when Sharks get into large groups (say like 50 plus) they school, like fish? So we learned something new today. More of that in a minute, let’s get down … Continue reading

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And the UN was right!

South Pass of Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia OK, the UN was right (really, how often do you here THAT on a daily basis? 😉 This place rocks. Did you see that coral!?  Did you see that water!?  It all looks … Continue reading

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