Hotel Maitai Bora Bora
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... by locals playing music, others offering tours, little stalls selling brightly coloured sarongs and souveneirs etc.
Our first tour today is the underwater scooter aqua bike. This will be the closest Theo will get to scuba diving, which he is unable to do because of his ears. On recent holidays, he has had to seek medical attention because of a burst eardrum, and before we left, our doctor gave him a script for antibiotics,which we filled, just ...
... and they wanted 15 contestants. I was dragged up there by our dinner friend under extreme duress. We were in the centre atrium of the ship and it felt like half the ship were there, Wills was peering down smugly from one of the balconies. The activities manager, Darryl, gave everyone a nickname rather than try and remember everyones name. He called our dinner friend "Paisley" as she was wearing a paisley dress and called me "Posh" due to the novelty of a British accent. My ...
... Jack. Yes, children, your father has discovered frozen yogurt, and he eats it for dessert almost every evening now J It was 7:30 pm when we finally arrived and dropped anchor near Bora Bora. Some people rode tender boats ashore after 8:45 pm. We went to bed early.
In the morning, Jack brought me coffee and fresh orange juice from the Lido. We had booked a tour with the legendary Patrick Tairua, but Jack could not enjoy it. He ...
... is a slight feeling or industrial production line serving at this venue. You, along with who ever arrives at around the same time, are shown the fish and meat cuts on offer that day (it changes depending on the catch) you place your order then are directed to your seat where you order drinks. Your drink arrives, your meal arrives, and, if you arrive early you see the place slowly fill to the brim with customers. The staff are hard to catch the eye of and when you do, they are ...
... are the best we have had to date. The same meal at Osaka Japanese in Ashgrove AUD $60.00, in Bora Bora AUD $160 ah what the hell.
After dinner we dropped in to the cocktail bar at the Lagoon Restaurant to talk to our new friend and had another Cosmo for the road. In all another relaxing day.
Hint - beware that both Bloody Mary's and the best restaurant on the mainland, Villa Mahana are closed during the month of ...