Hotel Maitai Bora Bora
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... lagoons as we wished. Then Captain Bob Marley gave us a very colorful demonstration on how to tie the Pareo (the unisex Tahitian scarf) into various outfits. Bob Marley is truly an island legend. We then returned home in the late afternoon exhausted from a great day's adventure. We chatted with the girls and gave mom and Robert the FaceTime tour. After that a big storm rolled in and it rained all nice. Kinda nice just to kick back and enjoy a Boratian rain ...
Today started where the last day let off....5am at the Tahiti Airport.
Got checked in and took our little 40 minute flight to Bora Bora.
A short time later and we were flying over Bora Bora preparing to land.
And WOW! There is really no words to describe this place. Even the pictures you see that look fake do not actually justify the real thing.
We got our bags and got loaded on ...
... wet when they jumped out of the zodiac.
It was an amazing night. First we were greeted with a choice of a cocktail or champagne as we waded ashore. Beyond that there was a full bar and then as we walked into the centre of the island further we entered the ‘dining’ area. That everything - food, drinks, most of the tables, crockery, cutlery, napery, lights - had been brought across to the motu in/on the ship’s zodiacs was amazing. ...
... night for Bill. He was speechless. Last day we traveled to the island Fata Hiva. We jumped in the dinghy and headed to shore. There was a tiny village nestled in what reminded me of the movie Jurassic Park. It was so beautiful there! After hiking up the steep road and doing some trading for a wheel barrel of grapefruit, we left this little paradise and headed out for a 48 hour trip to our next destination... Tuamotu Archipelago. Let the diving ...
... in thick green grass surrounded by the
grey mountains. The next day Paul and I went on the hunt for some internet
- unsuccessful - so walked through a tropical garden up a steep hill to a viewing platform and juice station right up the top - we could see our boat! Before leaving Moorea, we made one last stop at "Sueno" to be hugged all round and presents lavished on Finn by the Falladeaux family. We may see them in Tonga or may miss them as they ...