EcoLodge & SPA Moorea Cook's Bay
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews EcoLodge & SPA Moorea Cook's Bay
Travel Blogs from Moorea
... Seas so uncomfortable that made me wonder why I had ever wanted to undertake this journey. Most of this in cloud covered skies with no moon. It seemed to me that although I was nearly there, nature had decided to test me more and throw everything at me. Yet in all of this thankfully I still had the presence of mind to capture some rain water to top up my water tanks as I passed through a large weather cell.
But it was, with ...
... felt so good!
Somehow the ship changed its itinerary a bit at the last minute (which disrupted a lot of people's plan, especially the ones who had arranged own tours with local companies like we did). Tomorrow we will be Huahine instead of a sea day (towards Roratonga); and we will have only 1 day at Roratonga instead of 2 :-(. Roratonga is part of New Zealand Cook Islands. We were there once and really loved the place!
We had dinner in the ...
... and that amazing azure water. Wow!
I’d booked a 3.5 hour ATV Raid Adventure for the early afternoon so there was no rush to take the tender ashore. So we just wandered around up on deck 12 and tried to soak it all in. It is just too beautiful for words. All I could think of was that Bora Bora is going to have to be amazing to top this. And we hadn’t been to Huahine either!
We went across to the shore on the ...
... invasion started…
Back to us, because after all, that’s what this is about.
Beer o’clock had chimed so we plonked ourselves at Les 3 Brasseurs (www.les3brasseurs.com/) and a good choice it was. A great microbrewery with great staff. Then we wandered across the road to Place Vaiete to sample the fare from Papeete’s famous roulettes – mobile food vans – that sold everything from burgers, through ...
... and we can’t swim with them the way we did in Zanzibar a couple of years ago, they love to hug them and caress their soft skin and kiss them! After this session, Ariana wanted a pizza night with a movie in the bungalow. We decided to watch a movie that we were carrying in our backpack since we started the trip, The Horse Whisperer, which we found quite boring to watch. We left the DVD in the room, less ...