Hotel Maitai Bora Bora
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... time to visit any of the places you saw. So take your pictures while you can, sometimes through open, or closed, bus windows as things pass by.
We were chauffeured around in a truck with a make-shift passenger compartment on the truck bed, able to hold 25 or 30 people. It was adequate, but a bit bumpy as the road condition leaves something to be desired. Our first stop was at the local church, Protestant as I recollect. It was a good ...
... driver drove a stick shift car while talking of his cell phone changing gears with his left hand while holding the phone with his right. Of course there was nothing left to hold the steering wheel.
We left the ship on the 26th and met on the pier. 8 people from the ship went on an overnight stay at the Intercontinental Thalasso Resort. We first took a taxi to the intercontinental Moana Resort which is ...
It's our anniversary today in Tahiti time so we have decided to celebrate by going to the Lagoon Restaurant. Suspended over water, Lagoon features breathtaking views of Mount Otemanu, while Jean-Georges Vongerichten's menu supposedly offers the finest gastronomic experience in all of French Polynesia.
It has been raining all night but soon clears as we shower and then settle down to some episodes of Glee on the one ...
... Big fish, little fish, red fish, and blue fish. Plus the most awesome blue and purple clams. We also explored a 7' long moray eel's den and swam with some kind of 100+ lb giant fish (I haven't found the name yet). It was a marvelous adventure. Next we explored the spa briefly. No massage today. We headed back to the room to FaceTime the girls. The are so previous (and look to be having a good time!) Then dove ...
... a dozen kayaks. These all belong to the ship. We had a paddle on one of the kayaks for a while and then went back to the ship to get dressed for the island night. Marina sailed while we on the motu.
It was amusing coming back across to the island and looking at the surprise on the faces of some of residents and guessed when they were told that it would be a ‘wet landing’. They had all sorts of fancy footwear on that had to come off or ...