Sunset Hill Lodge
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... up. We communicated (unsuccessfully) about who and for what he was picking up for. (I didn't bring any of my emails that I booked this through with me that had the contacts names in it). Regardless, he seemed pretty convincing so we hopped on. He took us to 2 other hotels and picked up 3-4 other couples. Then we headed across the lagoon to some "headquarters". It then became apparent that we had gotten on the wrong boat. No worries. We played along, told ...
... fruit and fresh squeezed juices, as well. Today we had mango juice. I'm feeling banana juice tomorrow. I even had a lichen. You know the hairy, spiky balls that grow on oak trees - lichens. Apparently if you cut these specific type open they have a white peeled grape-like fruit in them. It's not bad. After breakfast we took the water taxi across the Lagoon to "town". We docked directly across the lagoon and took a 15-20 ...
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... video, but was not able to capture any good image because it was deep and the water was not that clear. The 4th stop was at another coral garden, with SO MANY different kinds of fish, and beautiful coral!! I was trying to take video and photos, but was not really capturing anything. Terry took my camera and dove in close to the fish and coral, took a few beautiful photos for me!
Bob and I said this would be the last time we came here (since it was ...
... s now a huge group of buildings falling into decay. Australian’s own larger than life Clive ‘Titanic II’ Palmer bought the resort in 2012. Who knows what plans he has for it?
As you ride around the island that amazing lagoon is right beside you. It is the most spectacular assortment of blues. The overwater bungalows of the luxury resorts Bora Bora is now famous for jut out into the lagoon from the fringing motus. On the other side of ...
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