Flying Into Bora Bora
We’ve had the great providence to observe a great many wonderful destinations as we approached from the air. However, neither of us was prepared for what we saw as we approached Bora Bora.
The most famous of the French Polynesia’s Leeward Islands in the heart of the South Pacific, Bora Bora was formed by a volcanic eruption many, many millennia ago.
As the volcano slowly sinks into the ocean over time, coral reefs have formed around it to create a protected oasis of turquoise-colored lagoons that have provided lucky travelers perfectly temperatured waters in which to play.
Silly me, I was unprepared for the photo-op, so I was frantically pawing in my pockets for my iPhone to capture this remarkable scene.
Although my photograph is grainy, the grandeur of French Polynesia’s Bora Bora is still a remarkable sight to behold from the sky.
Don’t you agree?
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Soooooo beautiful! A picture really is worth a thousand words! :-))
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