Pension Chez Rosina
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... do we know there English, because the Poms seem to be the only race who partake in this type of anti social behaviour.
Back at our room we order hamburgers as the restaurant meals are as expensive as those on Bora Bora and don't look all that appetising. We also order an ice bucket to cool our final bottle of duty free champagne.
Its another early start tomorrow so Rocket orders an early morning call for 4.30am then we ...
... and refreshing cocktail she has ever had.
We took some pictures around the pool purchased some mixers and headed back to our villa for a relaxing afternoon with some Bacardi and cokes on the back deck as the sun sets behind the mountain.
Tonight we decided to try the Japanese Saki Take Restaurant, Deb ordered stir fried noodles and chicken and Rocket had tempura prawns. Both meals were delicious but not fabulous, ...
... alright but honestly nothing special.
Today I had time off again and so did Natalie, Cameron, Carlos, and Warren s we all went to Bloody Mary’s for lunch! I ordered the Jimmy Buffet Burger with fries and a strawberry Daiquiri. The others got burgers, a veggie tofu burger for Nat, and Cameron got some seafood thing. The food was amazing! A great burger and drink! All together my cost $26, expensive ...
But now we are in Bora Bora and it is BEAUTFIUL! Amazing rolling hills which so many different types of trees and plants, bright blue water, secluded beaches and that’s all just from looking from the ship! This morning we did a dress rehearsal of “Do You Wanna Dance” which is our by far hardest show. So after that I was exhausted and pretty stressed out to premiere it tomorrow so I ...
... water was salty, and I just couldn't get into the rhythm of breathing with the snorkel and enclosed mask, so I didn't get far.
My old fear of getting out of my depth didn't help, so I went ashore and left Paul to happily splash round.
By 2pm I was ravenous, so suggested to the others we might head back to the ship.
Another lovely day ended in Polynesia with 5 more days at sea before our next port of Lautoka