Opoa Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
This was our first full day at Vahine. We got up around 7 - could have slept much later but somehow I was not able to sleep late :-( I was actually hoping to be up at sunrise but missed it.
Breakfast (included) was 7:30 - 9:30 and we went around 8. It was such a fantastic breakfast! Fresh fruits - passion fruit, banana, pineapple, and papaya; home-made yogurt and fresh fruit juice. I ordered muesli and egg white omelet, and of course fresh bread toast. The ...
It turns out it was election weekend and celebrations pre- and post-election was what was going in on in the covered arena beside the quay. On Saturday afternoon the road from Matira had been blocked with a parade of vehicles ostensibly supporting their preferred candidate, but it seemed more like a competition to see who could play the loudest and most ridiculous rap and r&b music. It had stretched the whole way into town.
The ship ...
... the island of Hiva Oa. We toured town and went to the artist Paul Gaugin museum and the cemetery where he is buried. The next day was Bill's bday and was perfect! He said it was his best birthday ever. We went to another small island called Tumoatau. We anchored and prepared for a beach party! While Bill and Tony went flying again, we all got dressed up in our finest beach attire. We looked great. So off we all go to the beach. It was such ...
... 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 ...