Bora Bora Eden Beach Hotel
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... this. "I love that..." Kyle kept repeating. Lida saying: "but honey you don't even like champagne..." Lida was saying. "I do now...." was his reply. Shortly after that, the Campbell were escorted to their waiting villa. Then the only one left without a "home" was me. I hung out on the deck, under cover, right new to the "topless" champagne bottle -- while Lida and family unpacked, and arranged themselves in their Bora Bora home. Me? Blogging and ...
... analysis on the wind direction/speed to assess whether his tanning was over. Fortunately the clouds stayed away and he got the perfect Bora Bora day he wanted as you can see from the numerous photos.
We headed back on board the Radiance of the ...
... priced. Others cluttered with tourist tat who can make you a simple leather bracelet with a single pearl on it for $25USD The longer you stay in the town (on a Thursday mid day anyway) the more you notice the near complete lack of holiday makers or tourists. There may be a backpacker philosophy/industry here but we would not find it. Come midday we walked 10 mins north of the town to St James a French restaurant with a simple if raw focused menu. Alexis has not eaten so ...
... water was salty, and I just couldn't get into the rhythm of breathing with the snorkel and enclosed mask, so I didn't get far.
My old fear of getting out of my depth didn't help, so I went ashore and left Paul to happily splash round.
By 2pm I was ravenous, so suggested to the others we might head back to the ship.
Another lovely day ended in Polynesia with 5 more days at sea before our next port of Lautoka
... the least. Ruthie eased in. Unbeknownst to us the current is comically strong. My 1st jump in was out and away from our dock. In the very short time it took me to surface I was already swept under our dock and headed towards a pillar. We spent the next hour taking turns swimming as far away as we could against the current and them rapidly float back towards the dock. It was just like the movie "Gravity". Once you got set ...