Rohotu Fare Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... he quickly obliges. As he removes it, the suction cups on its legs struggle to grip her arm but finally release. Yep, all on video. Now the sharks join in so we're all floating around together. Mom finally experiences the shark fest and we hang out here for an hour. She returns to the boat a little early. With plenty of video and pictures opportunities in hand, we move again, this time to the Coral Garden. Here we can snorkel right over the coral in water only about ...
... one of the beaches was in a bus that probably would not pass a registration check in Australia and the trip back was in a modified truck that was filled with as many passengers as they could fit in. The trip itself only took around fifteen minutes and was a lot of fun.
The cost of the transport was $5.00 per head. I would think that each time a ship arrives would be the only opportunity for the people to earn some ...
... spread.... it is closing in 10 minutes..... hurry Grammy...." So off I went to join them in a magnificent buffet just waiting to be enjoyed. Ten minutes later we watched them close up the dining room, as we returned to our cabins. Me? I continued unpacking.... ....... FIRE DRILL TIME..... so all went to our master station "B", on deck five, and were informed when to do in case of an emergency. back to our rooms...... momentarily unpacking..... when David and all the ...
... of luxury hotels in Bora Bora. For instance, lettuce is grown in plastic tubes to conserve water and roses are grown especially for the foreign demand from honeymooners. We also visited a pearl farm with had delightful jewellery and beautiful black Tahitian pearls, but more importantly we learnt about how oysters produce pearls. However, for once jewellery was not one of the highlights of my day! For lunch we visited an American who had also visited French Polynesia ...
... home recipe. They invited us to listen to them singing Polynesia songs with the ukulele for hours after dinner. It was a perfect last evening in Maupiti and one I will not forget in a hurry! I just wish I could play the ukulele! Maupiti has given me an excellent, authentic introduction to French Polynesia, complete with music and ukuleles, palm trees and coconuts, an azure lagoon and manta rays, raw fish dishes (whoop!), and a free shell necklace when you leave! Maupiti is ...