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 ...
... called them. The most concerning thing was that none of the rays had barbs. They had been removed from every single ray. In fact at least two of the rays had no tails at all. Very sad. Are rich overwater bungalow guests that scared? None of the rays from Moorea or Huahine were de-barbed. Interesting.
We continued round the lagoon so that we ended up somewhere off Motu Toopuaiti. I have a feeling we could see the ship but neither of us can ...
... one at Bloody Mary's!
About half-way around the island we stopped at a small place that had colorful paraeos fluttering in the breeze; these are the wraps that women wear over their swimsuits that fall to the ankle. I suspect the owner/maker was related to our driver, but we enjoyed seeing how he made them, using dyes and patterns ...
Today we arrived in Bora Bora- absolute paradise... On the flight in we had great views of the island and Tahaa, another island a few kilometers away. The airport here in Bora Bora is literally on the coral reef... hotel transfers here are by boat in the gorgeous lagoon. Arriving at the Bora Bora Pearl resort, we checked in and made our way to our overwater bungalow.. The views are simply amazing.. We have our own sun deck and chairs, can access the water without leaving ...
... 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. ...