Opoa Beach Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we went for a snorkel and the water was so warm. Almost getting too hot when swimming. Resort along the island with gorgeous traditional huts. Went for dinner at the restaurant which was awesome with traditional building and beach sand floor. Toilets had coral pieces as the floor covering, which were a bit hard to walk on. Had yummy ...
... many and various sharks and sting rays. We have seen several types of ray from our pontoon and one black tip shark from the boat here. While swimming I came face to face with a rather large Moray eel...I find these creatures rather unnerving up-close! A Big Night Out I have to add that we had a wonderful evening in the main restaurant. Today was a show night, and after cocktails and a reasonable meal we settled down to watch a group of very energetic ...
... competed in the traditional Polynesian pursuits of beach volleyball, petanque and football, as well as the slightly more exciting outrigger canoe races, and Polynesian singing and dancing.
This all took place along the sandy shore less than 500 yards from our bungalow where makeshift food-stalls lined the road and most of the island seemed to congregate at some point or another to see or hear their favourite pursuits and ...
Bora Bora: Who hasn't heard of this island? Michener immortalized it. For all its big name recognition, Bora Bora isn’t all that big—the road around it is only 19 miles. BB is accessible through only one pass—Te Ava Nui. BB is an eroded cone of a volcano, with a huge mountain named Oremanu (which means sea of the birds). The ancient Polynesians called it Porapora or first born since they believed that it was the first island to rise after Raiatea.BB is ...
... which is tuna marinated in lime juice and fresh coconut. He put the cubed raw tuna in a wooden bowl shaped like a canoe. He then added lime juice, salt, vegetables and then showed us how to husk a coconut. After it was husked, he demonstrated how to open one. He let the water inside out and then grated some on a grater board. He took some he already had grated and put it in a cloth and squeezed the coconut milk out of it. He served it with some BBQ chicken, saffron rice and salad. ...