Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stick and sharks actually bump my camera, curious as to what it is. Now we're all invited to swim with them. Many won't go, including Mom, so rather than wasting time trying to talk her into it, I jump in with my camera on my wrist.
There's probably 15 sharks patrolling the area just off the boat. There black tip sharks, about 4-5' in length and, while they're only curious about me, they enjoy the tuna raining on them from above. Leo, who by now has ...
... the island. The town itself is bustling with lots of shops of every kind. The currency is Pacific Central Franks and most of the goods available are priced on the higher side of the scale.
The ship berths right in the middle of Papeete so the shops are readily available. I have to admit that my "mind's eye" had a different picture of Tahiti than we actually saw. A lot of the beaches are of the Black Sand type and ...
... little before 2:00p., and boarding did not start until 3:00p, so we joined the line already started, each excitedly anticipating the boarding of this beautiful m/s Paul Gauguin. Boarding finally began, and the process of checking in, although very thorough.... took a long time. Lida went first with her family, when it was my turn. the system (i.e. the computer, had a malfunction, and we had to move to the other end of the room, to continue check in. After I was ...
... reefs have been planted under each of the bungalows. I also went to the gift shop to buy some proper fish food and am going to enjoy feeding them over the next few days. I heard into the village of Vaitape which isn't much more than a bank, post office, gas station, church, grocery store and a bunch of tourist shops, especially those devoted to black pearls. My main goal was to get some groceries in ...
... snorkelling trip). Most of our time was eaten up with ferrying the Brazillians to the sandbar in the dingy, so they could stand in the shallow water and continue their chat, without showing much interest in what might be below the surface. Being the only ones interested in the sealife we were surprised to find mostly dead, bleached coral, and a few dispirited looking fish; not what you expect to find in the middle of the South Pacific. Sailing into harbour, our boat ...