Bora Bora Eden Beach Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Interesting transfer day: during our 45 minutes boat trip to the airport at Raiteau we encountered dozens of dolphins swimming, playing and jumping around our boat which was great. We then had a 15 minute flight to Bora Bora. Whilst waiting for our boat transfer from the airport island, Keith Richards (sporting a Germany World Cup winning football …
... poultry and dairy operation on the island. Thank Jay, Muk, and Hugh for overwater bungalows—those cabins sitting on pilings over the lagoon, with glass panels in their floors so that we can watch the fish swim below. They built the world’s first in 1968 on Raiatea. A novelty at the time, their romantic invention is now a staple at resorts well beyond French Polynesia. Jay is a good raconteur and pretty much told us his life story (the abridged version - we ...
... Wow -- lovely, even in the rain. Walking the 1/2 mile to dinner in the rain did not happen -- Sebastian returned to take us the route to the restaurant, By this time the rains were really bad, and the winds kicking up. I was between Lida and Kyle, who had their umbrellas open, like everyone else, shielding us for getting plummeted by the rain which was now blowing parallel to the ground. Dinner at our BIG round table was brief.... everyone was tired, ...
... especially as we have only three mismatched sets of clothes that could be called 'outfits', which have to be endlessly recycled in different combinations ( there is no laundry on board). As we all know restrained poshness results in some truly crazy prices. The ship boasts some of the World's most eye-wateringly expensive internet (£30 per day), the £5 pint, and a comical laundry list that charges £1 to wash and iron a hanky! We neatly sidestep financial ruin by ...
We've been having a great time here. So relaxing and awesome to be able to snorkel or go for a swim whenever we feel like it. The sunsets have been gorgeous and the views are stunning. We got lucky with our second day of diving and saw two or three lemon sharks as well as many black tipped reef sharks. The lemon sharks are huge!!! We've driven around the whole island a couple times and it takes about 40 minutes not going faster than 50km mostly. We went to Bloody ...