Hotel Maitai Bora Bora
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... negativity so consistently. The past two and half years I was surrounded by the most positive group of people, The Young Americans and the situations we were put in and the amount of work we did was 100x more than this job, and people always stayed uplifting, and we were not getting paid. But here people complain over the tiniest things it is ridiculous.
I love meeting people from all over the world and different cultures ...
... water was salty, and I just couldn't get into the rhythm of breathing with the snorkel and enclosed mask, so I didn't get far.
My old fear of getting out of my depth didn't help, so I went ashore and left Paul to happily splash round.
By 2pm I was ravenous, so suggested to the others we might head back to the ship.
Another lovely day ended in Polynesia with 5 more days at sea before our next port of Lautoka
... dollar$.Their arts and crafts on display are incredible, the workmanship exquisite. Shell jewelry, wood carvings, gorgeous fabrics. Needless to say, this is where we loaded up on gifts.The sea surge was high ...
... with the sharks, playing with the sting rays, etc.
The weather could not have been more cooperative and better. Beautiful sunny day, blue sky, blue water, white puffy clouds, green mountains, paradise!
8 of us were on this whole day tour. For the 4x4 tour, we got on the truck and our guide/driver first took us up the mountain to see the American bunker and canons from WW II. The most interesting thing about this was the ...
... us when we got ashore but hopefully something at least a bit authentic and not a Bayliner sports cruiser or something like that.
It was in-between. There were a couple of modern outriggers in the quay and a fairly large fibreglass skiff with comfy padded benches along the sides. As we came ashore I saw a young guy in shorts and a polo jump out of the skiff. A couple of minutes later he returned wearing nothing but a black and white pareo. If that ...