InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort
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We were up this morning to have breakfast before bidding a fond farewell to the Hilton Nui resort.
We jumped on board the 10am boat shuttle to Vaitape on the main island and had a taxi waiting for us to take us to Matira Point, the location of the Intercontinental Le Moana resort.
We were greeted with flower leis, cool towels …
We were up early this morning to travel by the shuttle boat to the Intercontinental Thalasso Resort for our breakfast.
The Thalasso is on a Motu facing the mountain. This is the resort you see with the two claws of bungalows in a lot of pictures of Bora Bora.
It is a very modern and stylish resort and a lot …
We had a lazy morning hanging around our bungalow and then spent some time skylarking in the lagoon and generally having lots of fun. We then kayaked over to the coral garden which is about 1km away.
We retuned back to the Le Moana with sore arms and jumped into the pool before having a lazy afternoon reading on the deck. At about 6pm, we …
We woke up this morning quite excited as it was time for our jet ski tour of the island. We had been looking forward to this for quite a while. Paul was the driver on our shared jet ski for the first leg.
We had lots of fun zipping around the lagoon before we stopped for a rest and a refreshing swim on the north side of the island. Carolyn …
... the peak period for sailing. Cruisers from all
over the world are passing through now on big superyachts to our size to even
smaller. We catch up with Dutch boat "Duende" - Brahm, Vivien and little Flora / American boat- "Just Drifting"/ Aussie boat "Pacific Flyer", our
usual kid boats etc etc. Everyone passing through and running out of visa!
Three months is just not long enough. Finally, computer deal - check! Fridge regassed - check! ...