Pension Chez Rosina
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... is a string of barrier islands, mostly in the north and east, surrounding Bora Bora, locations for some very exclusive hotels. As you might suspect, the hotel rooms are mostly grass covered bungalows. We understand room rates are quite high, some as high as $1500 a night! There are also a number of other islands scattered around the other sides of the island.
Tai and Chase were quite anxious to get going. They were standing around in ...
... volcanos Mount Pahia and Mount Otumanu. The motu are arranged like a necklace around the lagoon.
The first Polynesian settlers occupied the islands in the 4th century and the Europeans came in the late 1700’s. Of course Captain James Cook came here although he was not the first European to set foot on these shores. Bora Bora was an independent kingdom until 1888 when the last queen was forced to ...
... then it was all over.
Our ride was waiting outside and we discussed the experience on the way back. Did we feel relaxed, NO, did we feel sore, YES, did our skin feel nice, YES would we do it again, probably NOT.
On returning to our villa the weather had cleared and the sun was out so we decided to crack one of our Mumm champagnes and sit on the deck. We also decided to order an antipasto meat, bread, ...
... and just as well as it would have been a long hot walk back. On entering our room we couldn't, help notice how cool it was inside but we decided to put on our fins and go for a swim from our pontoon, just because we could. The villas are mostly surrounded by sand but there was a token coral bombe under our lounge area so Rocket dived down to get a glimpse of all the fish we saw through the glass viewing floor panel the night before. On ...
This truly is paradise! Another spectacular breakfast beachfront. Omelette, Crepes, banana/mango juice, and 14 different French pastries and breads were had by all. The ultra soft brioche just melts in your mouth. We had to recover from breakfast before our next journey. After recovering we spent the next several hours snorkeling through the St. Regis private lagoon on our own. It was SPECTACULAR! Fish and colors ...