Earlier in the day the young couple were spotted taking photos of their hands from their bungalow deck, looking suspiciously like they were snapping their new wedding bands. The uber-tanned, tightly toned Canadian couple are all over each other on the speedboat. They were carrying two sarongs or, as they call them in Tahiti, pareos. I believe in choosing joy, even though I slip sometimes. The woman instructed me to change into mine inside the bungalow, and the young man took Eric outside to don his, and nothing else.
On Bora Bora or Pora Pora as it's pronounced in Tahitian because there's no B in their alphabetthe loved-up couples are ubiquitous.