Fare Pea Iti
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... so I couldn’t barely walk in my
flip flops haha! We went back down to crew bar, everyone was amazed again, and
then headed for bed! It was a great night though and the funniest part was
randomly seeing an old shirtless man getting his hair buzzed the middle of the hallway.
I was dying laughing for like 4 minutes.
A day in the life of a crew member on a ship, ya know.
And I’ll just add a snippet about ...
... Bloody Mary's restaurant. It looks amazing inside - beach sand floor. Famous for lots of famous people who have visited. Went into a local town and it was quite quaint. Very much for the local people as all the resorts are on surrounding islands in the lagoon. Going for dinner at Bloody Mary's. Had local fish which is a type of mackerel and it was ...
Boat packed, what a process, and finally headed out with a nice fresh breeze. So nice to be out on the water. Walked around town a bit to grab a few things. Games and water activities day happening so checked out the local culture. Raining again between sun shining. Very humid weather but so nice to be in it. Anchored at ...
... Plus a school of 5 big sting ray swam right under us! Pure bliss. After nightfall we ventured back out to the deck and were awestruck by the stars. Indescribable! More stars than you've ever imagined. The planets, the Milky Way, shooting stars. We sat out under that canopy of wonder for at least an hour. I've got some good long exposure pictures but nothing can really do it justice. A perfect finish to a perfectly relaxing ...
... as you look at Viatape. On the end of Moto Toopua were some very sad looking overwater bungalows at what was very obviously an abandoned resort. Sadly the decaying Bora Bora Lagoon Resort wasn’t the last one we’d see.
We weren’t in any rush to get off the ship as we had two full days to enjoy Bora Bora. Eventually we took the tender across to the strange little place that was Vaitape. Something was going on in the large covered ...