French Polynesia… Bora Bora, Moorea, Tahiti

New Video Post on my YT Channel | French Polynesia… Bora Bora, Moorea, Tahiti

Have you ever made “The Crossing”… Cruise ships will stop in French Polynesia going to and from the United States and the South Pacific primarily New Zealand and Australia. Do you want to revisit French Polynesia or are you thinking about your first vacation there…

This weeks video is on French Polynesia focusing on Bora Bora, Moorea and Tahiti. Although you can fly to French Polynesia most people arrive by cruise ship.

Typically they will spend three days at the islands before continuing their voyage. During the video you will hear my thoughts and see my photography giving you a good idea of what you can see when you arrive. If you are thinking of going to French Polynesia and had not made up your mind this might help you decide if you want to visit.

Calm Seas and Smooth Sailing…

Author: larry pannell

I started my career in photography as a professional photojournalist in 1978 at the time working with several newspapers and magazines in Southern California. What I loved most about photojournalism was its diversity and over my career I covered professional sports, concerts and travel. As life would have it mine took yet another turn and in 1988 I developed an interest in holistic medicine. I became a professional massage therapist specializing in sports medicine. In 1991 I decided to go to medical school and obtained a medical degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine and stared my career as a licensed acupuncture physician. After medical school I moved my practice to northern Idaho for a year before settling in the resort area of Sun Valley, Idaho. I’ve always been an outdoor person and hiking and backpacking the Rockies and fishing the pristine river waters and high altitude lakes offered me a wonderful photographic opportunity. In 2010 I left Sun Valley and I once again found myself on a cruise ship, this time working as an “Acupuncturist at Sea”. For the past seven years I have traveled to 82 countries, which has allowed me to photograph much of the world.

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