Opoa Beach Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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... with bikes or on foot, between when I began my walk, and when it ended. Told all about the recurring flat tire, and said I would see them at the dock, and continued on toward breakfast. A boat took us from the hotel, straight across to the island base of the mountain where our tour began. Django (our 24 year old Polynesian guide). was wonderful as he walked us through the birth of Bora Bora, and why it and the rest of French Polynesia is so important. ...
... that has a sitting area that is big enough to throw a dance party. After I settled in, I went back to reception to try and book some tours. Because there are not as many tourists and because I don't want to pay for a private tour by myself, some of the things I wanted to do were unavailable. Therefore, I guess I will walk to town tomorrow and maybe go kayaking if the weather is okay ...
... also great, with a restaurant lining the beach, where if you were sneaky enough, you can throw bread out to the fishes to see them swarming for it. It was also very convenient, as I spoke with Tim, the quite eccentric but lovely manager there, who helped me organise the things I wanted to do on the island. You will pretty much find that most places will be really helpful, because I am sure they get a cut, but it's worth it for the convenience sometimes. ...
... opening my window made me extactic just looking at the view of the lagoon. (http://www.hotelmaitai.com). There is no mistaking it, French Polynesia's scenery is breathtaking and unlike nowhere else. My afternoon was spent consuming a burger (!) and chilling out in the sun. I really had to pinch myself! That evening I went to the most famous restaurant on the island, Bloody Mary's, with my friends, the two American couples. A table of raw fish greets you on entry, where ...
... a slow day of snorkeling, reading, drinking and eating by going for a swim. All fine and dandy till Tina saw a shark. A black tipped reef shark. The first Alexis knew of it was when Tina was half way up the ladder, meanwhile Alexis was torn between trying to get a photo and self preservation. As Australians 'Sharks' are things you tend to swim away from, we keep forgetting the rest of the world has the peace ...