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... welcomed with another shell lei and transported to the La Meridian Hotel.
We stow our bags in our room and head to the pool bar for a complimentary cocktail as the sun sets over the water. The place is full of tourists and takes on a magical atmosphere as we settle down to a few Margaritas by the pool. I dont know why it is but we spot two elderly English tourists reserving pool deck chairs for the morning by placing their towels on ...
... so our decision is made.
We hitch a ride back to our villa and read until we begin to feel better.
Around 11.30am, housekeeping want to clean the room so we head to the Aparima Bar and Deb orders a Hainie cocktail (the house special) and Rocket orders a beer. The cocktail has vanilla infused rum, coconut essence, coconut ice cream and coconut water all served in a green coconut husk, Deb comments that it is the ...
... to the ceiling so you are still kinda of outside. There is a wall with dollars and other paper money from other countries with messages written on them from customers. The bathroom has a sink that is not so much a sink.. you pull down this circular handle and water starts rushing down a small rocky waterfall. It is a really unique place!
The guys and I each got a drink- I had to try the Bloody Mary! Which, ...
... that have never been across the border, and at the end of it all we had a massive food fight! Chocolate sauce, whipped cream, spaghetti noodles, eggs, jello, and who knows what else was thrown left and right! I can now cross that off my bucket list! The ceremony was kind of long and stressful in the moment (for no reason) but the food fight was amazing. I felt absolutely disgusting afterwards but it was ...
... sing a Polynesion song.
All too soon this magical trip was over and we were back on the dock again. As arranged I met Paul and Margie ready to go snorkeling.
Gene wasn't in a good mood and was hungry, so she went back to the ship.
We found a taxi who would take us for $5 each to a white sanded beach.
The water was beautiful and clear, but bits of dead coral made it very difficult to walk then swim.