Mai Moana Island
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... with corrugated roofs. Our guide was right. But then again, you don’t need much to live in paradise. The most interesting aspect of these homes was that the people bury their deceased in their front yards. Some graves are marked by simple head-stones. Others are more elaborate sarcophagi laid out in front of the houses. We saw flowers and other offerings placed on these final resting places. Getting photos was a bit of a problem, but we ...
... Dennis encountered a medium sized manta ray and leaped out of the water. By this time it was time for showering, unpacking and getting ready for dinner. The rains came as promised and we called for a golf cart to take us to “The Reef” restaurant where they had a special meal for us. We started with seared scallops topped with caviar and champagne and then went to steak with creamy polenta. Dessert was ...
... was impressed ("nearly as good as the guys at the Four Seasons in Tahiti" she states).
Starting to get hot we both jump in the pool and head towards the swim-up bar and order two Hainie coconut cocktails, how refreshing. Rocket also asks the beach hut staff, how much for 20m on the jetski, "AUD $300 is the reply". "Not today" said Rod.
An hour later we decide to head up to the Miri Miri spa to take ...
... was on a working holiday for six months. He made us an amazing Cosmo which we both sipped on as we browsed the restaurant menu trying to decide if we should still have dinner here for our anniversary.
After our pleasant interlude at the bar we strolled hand-in-hand down the cobblestone path bathed in moonlight as we headed back to our villa.
No bike rides tonight!
Hint - a snorkel in the resort lagoon is well worth the effort. ...
More amazing Bora Bora. We woke up (recovered from our jet-lag) to an amazing view through our open deck floor-to-ceiling doors. Unbelievable. We made our way to our included (everyday) breakfast. We weren't sure what to expect. But soon found ourselves amidst a succulent buffet including made to order omelets, waffles, and crepes. We just went for the ready made buffet which included more options than we could try. Plenty of ...