Rohotu Fare Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a restaurant with free Wi-Fi. I love the technological age. Lunch for three, a hamburger, a sandwich and a plate of ceviche along with one beer and two waters cost $70, yes, seventy. Wow. Well, everything has to come by boat so what can you expect. A brief walk to the many souvenir shops and the jewelry stores – they do sell beautiful black pearls – and we were done. Time to head back to the ship and our next stop – Rarotonga. It was a good ...
... Now it's time for the last of our duty free as we relax on the deck and enjoy our final day in paradise sipping on GTs.
At 3.00pm our cart arrives to take us to reception to checkout. Sebastian our butler has the day off so we don't get to say goodby. I check my bill and it totals XPF 36,0000 which is a little less than expected but still a lot of money on anybody's calculator, the bonus - no charge for any of our Internet ...
... bar today as the rain did some damage to the main restaurant and the tradies are doing some repairs. Again the food is mediocre.
After eating we head to reception to suss out the requirements for getting around on the mainland. It seems we catch the St Regis launch and are then taken to Vaitape (Bora Bora's main town) by minibus and thats where it ends, we are then on our own and will have to draw cash out at an ATM to pay ...
... that we could watch the fish dart around the coral hiding and coming out to say hi.
The skipper took a bag of burlie and got into the water beside the boat, then under to feed the fish.
Wow we were able to see hundreds of different beautiful coloured species come up to feed. What an experience and one I'd not had before.
It was rather nice to hear the captain strum his ukelelei when he came back onto the boat, ...
... the people. Unlike so many of the ‘spoiled’ ports in the Caribbean, the people of French Polynesia are serene, friendly, and laid back. If you buy something from them, great. If you don’t, ...