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Rangiroa: Polynesia NYE

This is how Polynesian NYE ended up...

..let's rewind to the start.

Usual morning of fresh fruit and hotel change. We finally moved to MaiTai to start the year partying with our friends from the 6 passengers, the lovely Tanya, Elko & Yoshi-san (who is actually our neighbor, just 3' away by bike door-to-door, in Tokyo :O)

Usual gorgeousness.

Over and over again.

Incredible shades (no photoshop here)

Neither photoshop here.

And from there, we landed into the free champagne.

Happy faces & funny hats.

It was not exactly packed, probably because all the Japanese were already in bed as "tomorrow they had to dive"

But we made the most out of the party. Remaining party.

This is probably not quite the party you'd expected, but as I said before, this is not a clubbing destination. People are mostly honeymooners or divers or both. It's almost like getting super drunk and partying till the wee hours doesn't fit well here. As you can see, it's not that we had hard techno either... More like a Jamaican version of ay si eu te pego


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