InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort
Le Moana has a Polynesian feel to the resort. Compared to it's sister resort the Thalasso it is probably 4 stars because it is not as contemporary swanky as one would find. We however loved that this property kept the Polynesian island theme everywhere we went.
The resort is beautifully landscaped and we loved loved loved our beach front bungalow suite. We can't wait to return.
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Volcanic peaks dominate this small, unspoiled island surrounded by miles of aqua lagoons. While many tourists wander the shops, sun on snow-white beaches, rent a jeep, moped or bicycle and travel the single road that circles the island, we decide to play around in the Bora Bora Lagoon. We have arranged a lagoon tour with Raanui Tours. We need to meet at 8:30am and this port is a tender port so we need to get started early. Additionally, we're told that the operation ...
... farm in Manehee. How cool would that be. We exited the shop, and made a couple more in/out of tourist shops, before the heat, lack of air, and dust got to us. We went back to the waiting tender, were given a cold glass of water and cold towel, before heading back to the boat. A quick stop in the gift shop... before catching up with Lida and her family at the pool deck bar. All four of them were raving to Priscilla and I how extraordinary/outrageous/fantastic ...
... but at the same time, I've been having a fantastic time and some of that is because I am by myself. Had I been with others, would the dolphin trainer taken time to talk to me all about the Dolphins and turtles? Perhaps because he is a nice guy but I doubt he would have spent as much time as he did if I had been surrounded by others. Other examples of this also occurred ...
... charities. The city is more akin to a large country town than a capial city. It is low level, open to the deep waters of the Cook Straight and has an easygoing, laid back charm all of its own.
During the four days it takes to sail to French Polynesia, we have a good chance to check out our fellow shipmates. Some of the old guys on the boat have been on here continuously for over 2 months, and many more seem to love cruising so much that they travel everwhere ...
... island. Okay, so we wimped out. But we did the Bora Bora thing and it was fun. James Michener called it the most beautiful island in the world. Not having seen probably 99% of the islands in the world, I don’t know if he was right, but I can’t say he was wrong. By the way, if you haven’t read it, try Michener’s Hawaii. It’s great!
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