Location: Bourayne Bay, Huahine, French Polynesia
Today we left the lovely island of Raiatea and made our short voyage to our next destination, Huahine. With the spirit of adventure in our hearts and banana bread in our stomachs we set sail early this morning and crossed an exceedingly turbulent stretch of sea. Much fun was had and clothes drenched when several of us decided to sit on the bow of Argo as it rose and fell. During this passage we had our first class to occur while underway. While shouting over the winds and excellent usage of the expo-board, in absence of power points the class was successfully conducted on deck by sponge enthusiast, Matty. After the excursion between islands we entered a gorgeous Port Bourayne, where we discovered a breathtaking view, superb waters, and one impressive set of tan lines.
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