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Sharks That Make Cookies?!

So, on another note of why the open ocean is dangerous, let’s talk about Cookiecutter Sharks.  You may be saying to yourself “What in the world are you talking about!?  Cookiecutter Sharks?  Sharks that make cookies!  AWESOME!”  And we would … Continue reading

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The Ballsiest Way to Travel Known to Mankind

We’ve found a Microsoft background! North Pass, Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia We are here: Which, in and of itself, is freaking awesome!  However when I took this picture I had this weird sense of déjà-vu.  Now I’d never been here … 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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The UN says it’s cool

South Pass of Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia I don’t feel like I am giving a fair scope for the distance between these islands.  I could tell you about each voyage of about 100 miles from remote isolated desert island to … Continue reading

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