Photos: Fakarava/Toau/Rangiroa - Part 2
The dive shop boat.
Footprints in the Concrete, lots of doggies running around and lots of paw prints in the concrete.
Next stop Anse Amyot.
This tiny restaurant and cabins are owned by Valentine and her husband. They have a small pearl farm and she prepares meals for the sailing community once or twice a week, I guess it also depends on how many are visiting the tiny atoll. We enjoyed the happy hour meeting people from Switzerland, Canada, France & the States.
The snorkeling was not very good so we only stayed a day then set off for Rangiroa.
This is one of the largest atolls in the world. We went snorkeling off a coral bank where the current took you for a ride. This is where we were swarmed by the fish.
The boys went on a dive and then we were getting antsy about arriving in Papeete on time for the Puddle Jump festivities and to see a busy town with grocery stores as once again our supplies are getting low.
Gross, just like a pit of snakes wrapped in a ball.
We were anchored off a resort.
to the Tuamotus, next stop Tahiti!