Here’s my guide to the magical getaway.
Khosrae This is the first in a series on mountains and volcanoes I've met around the world, not necessarily the most famous
Raivavae Naviti, Yasawa Islands Papua New Guinea Kauta, Yasawa Islands Futuna Solomon Islands Swimming With Fidel: The Toils
No, here's better! Of these, two figure on Condé Nast, Temae and Teavora in Moorea, listed 15, and Matira Beach on Bora Bora
I'll start with the Cook Islands, a little-known (at least to most Americans) island chain with 15 don't-blink-or-you'll-miss them blips of land spread out over 756,000-square-miles of the South Pacific, most of which is protected as a marine park.
My favorite Aitutaki motu was probably Tapuaetai, the world's only "deserted island" with its own post office.
The many lagoons surrounding the islands contain every single shade of blue in a hardware store paint palette.
We really don't know if there is a God. I have my doubts on a daily basis, but I hope there is, and if there is I hope He saves me.