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En route to French Polynesia

First Stop: Bora Bora

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Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Annik and I will be your chief travel attendant. On behalf of Captain David and the crew, welcome aboard our condensed travel blog, destination: French Polynesia. Our travel time will be 17 days and we will be flying at an altitude of 30,000 feet over ultimate happiness. We will be enjoying first class seating from Boston to Pittsburgh to prepare our buttocks for the long haul to Tahiti, through Los Angeles. Arrival time in Tahiti is about 6am (11am Eastern time), right on time to catch the next flight from Tahiti to Bora Bora. Our layover will be 3 days and will be followed by 12 days on the island of Moorea. Our entertainment for this trip will consist of snorkeling, diving, paddle boarding, ATV tour, jet ski excursion as well as laying on the South Pacific beaches. On the unlikely event of an emergency, there will be no floor-level lighting to guide you towards any exits... Because let's be honest, nobody would ever want to escape what is supposed to be "the most beautiful place on earth". The captain has turned on the Fasten Seat Belt Sign as we are ready for departure. Now sit back, relax and please enjoy your virtual trip with DnA travels. :)

Posted by Rattrays 05:13 Archived in French Polynesia

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I always enjoy exploring these beautiful shores through your expeditions, Have a beautiful trip and upload lots of pictures please.

by Sharon Knickle

With you two at the helm[or is that a boat] I'm sure this will be an interesting adventure and so glad you decided to share it with us all again. Bon Voyage

by Deb

So jealous! Trip of a lifetime!

by Deanna

Looks like another beauty. Enjoy all you can. We are still having a great, rented scooters yesterday, great way to tour the island. Today going fishing with a local in his long tail boat. Have fun be safe.

by Dwight

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