Miracle of the Sea


Tahiti sunset Photo credit : Adam Duffy

Tahiti must be a nice place to watch sunrise and sunset.

I’ve never been to Tahiti but my friend Patrick has. That’s how he described the Polynesian island while I can only imagine and try to write about it in the most romantic poetic way.

          Twice a day every day, the entire sky is painted with hues of fiery red to the softest pink, splashed across a giant canvas of glowing turquoise and sleepy blues.

         While the sky astounds with its spectacular show, the silent sea is like a magical silk cloth with millions of ethereal prisms reflecting the sunlight as the heavens rotates above us.

         … and then, thousands of miracles are happening under the sea. 

Most people who have been to Tahiti, have been there once. Patrick has been there…

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2 thoughts on “Miracle of the Sea

  1. Guess you’re back in Singapore now, after all that fresh, cool mountain air, to be confronted with the constant haze.

    How galling that must be.

    No wonder you’re recycling an old post about Tahiti.

    The contrast could not be starker!

    What’s your next journey/project? Nowhere close to go to and escape from the haze, I’d imagine

    1. Yes it is horrible to be trapped helplessly at home with the haze choking everyone.
      It rained all last night so today is better.
      I reblogged about the pearls because Patrick has a new website and I updated my post.
      Now I’m working on a new blog focusing on Spain. Will put it up once its ready.
      No plans for travelling at the moment but if the haze comes back, I may escape.

      Wishing you a nice day!

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