Hotel Maitai Bora Bora
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... same: mahi mahi, pork, breadfruit, tapioca, poi, spinach, plantain and fruit. Beer and wine were served too. We watched them pull the whole thing out of the ground. Our group hung out, visiting for over an hour.
We finished the day by completed our circumnavigation of the island, running into real rain toward the end. We return to the dock just in time to catch a tender back to the ship at 3pm. First order is to ...
Hawaiian Islands in our wake our south easterly journey continued. We had five sea days in front of us, which
really meant five days of being flat out doing nothing.
pass quickly. The eating is interrupted
by rounds of Trivia, Shows and swims.
There is a
"Cruiselong Trivia" that is held at 1.45pm each sea day, points are added and
it will not be finalised until ...
... before it reaches the waves breaking over the reef. The water is so clear you you can see the manta rays swimming amongst the people in the water. We got the driver to drop us off at Bloody Mary's which is the island's most famous watering hole, it was founded in 1979. You sit on coconut stumps and the floor is sand. We had a beautiful lunch and Ric***********e of there Bloody Mary's, then we caught the shuttle back to the ...
... another boat to the aqua bikes. Priscilla and I checked out the local market next to the dock, and saw nothing that intrigues us. Crossing the street there were two pearl shops. We went into the first shop, which had dozens of the black pearls varieties for sale. Nothing there impressed me. We exited without even thinking of buying anything. So far there is nothing in this little strip mall area that interests me. The next pearl shop we went into was pretty ...
I visited an all inclusive resort in Barbados in 2010 by myself. I had been doing professional development work in Guyana and decided to have some rest and relaxation before heading home. Instead, I was treated like an outcast because I was travelling by myself in an exotic location like this. Therefore, French Polynesia was the one place through my year of travel I ...