Bora Bora Eden Beach Hotel
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... is a slight feeling or industrial production line serving at this venue. You, along with who ever arrives at around the same time, are shown the fish and meat cuts on offer that day (it changes depending on the catch) you place your order then are directed to your seat where you order drinks. Your drink arrives, your meal arrives, and, if you arrive early you see the place slowly fill to the brim with customers. The staff are hard to catch the eye of and when you do, they are ...
... was on a working holiday for six months. He made us an amazing Cosmo which we both sipped on as we browsed the restaurant menu trying to decide if we should still have dinner here for our anniversary.
After our pleasant interlude at the bar we strolled hand-in-hand down the cobblestone path bathed in moonlight as we headed back to our villa.
No bike rides tonight!
Hint - a snorkel in the resort lagoon is well worth the effort. ...
... deck for a quick swim in the main lagoon. The current was not quite as strong. I had a good swim with 1 big stingray and 1000s of tiny brightly colored fish around some fan coral. Not to be in the mood to stay dry, we then went off to the Oasis Pool. Ok picture a big pool with waterfall surrounded by privacy palms and tropical plants. Now add 5 private separate pools with cabanas and lounge chairs that join the ...
... last stop was at a coral garden where there were many many tropical fish!! Absolutely amazing!! We all went in and just stayed by the boat. Very nice coral and tons of fish! Patrick brought a bunch of baguette so of course the fish all swarmed over. They were really eye candies!! I don't think there's anywhere else we could have enjoyed fish like this!
We came back to the ship around 5. The best feeling was after a nice shower and everything ...
... Motu Tapa, a private motu at the entrance to the harbour for an afternoon of sailing, kayaking and paddle boarding and then for a cocktail party and island night later in the day. So of course we went over to the motu, this time on one of the ship’s zodiacs.
How cool that the ship has these. We were told 11 in total - 10 black flexible hulls and one white rigid hull rescue boat.
There were two hobie cats, a couple of paddle boards ...