Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Familly fun in Bora Bora for Karine, Thomas and Marius!

Last week was a great week, it is always so much fun to take family photos and here I go to spend an entire day with Karine, Thomas and Marius! during a Lagoon tour!

We met at Matira for a few sunset photos the first day and think I was lucky enough to distract Marius with a shell; enough to take a few static shots!  The the action was on!

The next day, we ended up joining a Lagoon Tour which was great!  Despite the weather not being so cooperative, we took the time to take photos on my Friend's Motu after lunch!

Where is your next family vacation?

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Monday, August 10, 2015

The WWII Canons in Bora Bora

This is a quick post to complement the article here and provide more details about the location and path to get to the Canons.

Shows the location of 3 out of the 4 spots where the Canons are.
 Below is the path to the Canons located near Farepiti - There are Banana trees on the left side of the path entrance, it looks like a private road and probably is but you should have no issues hiking to the top!  People are friendly, engage in conversations asking for directions and they will help you.  Walking slow, it should take you about 30 mins to get to the Canons - Keep following the path until you see them!  Be aware of the 4X4 vehicle using the path and make sure to bring water!

 Details of the path entrance
 Below is the location of the Canons of Point Fitiiu (Haamaire or Tuaihora) in the district of Anau.  The trail is private, if closed with a chain then you should probably not go but can always ask to the people living next to the path.  They normally charge 1000 XPF to access the trail but it is well worth it  - They also maintain the trail and keep the area clean!
 Below is the location and trail entrance for the Canon (only one) facing the Pearl Beach resort.

Again, if you intend to hike and see the canons, please refer to the excellent article here 

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Sunday, August 2, 2015


Amazing! Saw the video for the first time and would have been worth the trip to Tahiti to see it!