JAMAICA – It was just a couple of days before Christmas and there was a group of us relaxing in the beach at a resort in New Zealand’s Waikato province.
But things got a little more busy when a group came along who had their own plans to visit the island.
They arrived in the middle of the night, and with a boat in tow, set off for the remote island of Tahiti.
They set off with two young boys, a 15-year-old girl and a 10-year old girl, who had never been there before.
The boys and the girls were dressed in black and wearing only long, black shorts and T-shirts.
The boys, who were dressed like rock stars, were riding on a black, three-wheeled motorcycle with a red-and-white logo painted on the side.
It was one of those ‘go big or go home’ type of rides where everyone had to be on board.
One of the passengers was wearing a black and white shirt and a long, white skirt.
This was not the kind of trip the group wanted to take.
“We’re not a tourist group, we’re just tourists,” the boy in the white shirt said.
He was talking to a group that included a man in a red jacket and a woman in a white dress.
All three of them had been to Tahiti previously and had been on the trip in the past.
Their destination was a little island called Rangoon.
At the time of the trip, the boys were on vacation from their school and had only been there a few weeks.
Tahiti is one of the world’s largest tropical islands and is the second largest in the world after the French Caribbean island of St Martin.
During the day the island is a tourist hotspot, but at night the sun rises and sets over the island, making it the ideal spot for a relaxing night on the water.
With the trip to Tahititi, the group had a unique opportunity to see the island from a new perspective, a chance to take in some of the beauty of the island without having to travel too far.
When the group finally arrived at Rangoula Beach they were greeted by a huge group of people who were very happy to see them.
Everyone was happy to meet them, as the group was just two people.
After the group set off on their trip to the island they were joined by a friend from a previous trip.
His name was Matt, and he was an amazing person.
Matt had been a part of this group before and knew a lot of people on the island and had travelled to the region before.
Matt was very excited to meet these people, and they were so happy to have him onboard.
While the group stayed in the boat and got to know each other a little better, Matt was also a bit worried.
As the group made their way to Tahitu, they encountered the first major problem: the heat.
Although the island had no wind, the sun was rising and setting very quickly, and the island was extremely hot.
Every time the boat would be in the water the temperature would rise and the wind would kick in.
Eventually the heat made Matt feel sick.
And when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in his mid-30s, the only way to keep him from going into terminal illness was to take part in the island’s tourist program, which meant that Matt could not travel for months.
Instead he had to return home and spend a few months living in his parent’s house before he could be able to visit Tahiti again.
There was a big financial difference between spending a few years in Tahiti, which Matt was not able to do, and spending two years in New York, where he had been in remission for years.
On the day of the group’s arrival in Tahititu, the island seemed to be in complete darkness.
However, after a while the sun started shining and the temperature dropped.
Suddenly, the entire group started to feel a sense of relief.
Once again the island appeared peaceful, and after a few hours of relaxing on the beach, everyone was feeling quite refreshed.
Then things took a turn for the worse.
According to local reports, the heat had reached the point where Matt had to put his foot down and put his sunglasses back on.
Unfortunately, Matt’s friends were not too happy about this, and instead of going back home they decided to take the group back to the hotel.
Even though the temperature had dropped considerably, Matt felt uncomfortable as he felt his lungs were burning.
Fortunately, the weather was so beautiful that they decided that the best way to get to TahITitu