Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa
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... speaker for some time, this was my first opportunity to enjoy one of his lectures. In the afternoon Dr. David Sholiton of Cleveland Clinic spoke on "Understanding Cataract and Refractive Surgery".
Team Trivia started off at Noon. My team, "Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda", did not do very well, scoring 8 of a possible 17 points, in a range of team scores running from 6 to 13. Lunch (Trident sandwich, dill potatoes, steamed vegitables and skim milk), ...
... of a few decimeters, we were kicked out of the boat directly in the middle of those 1,2 meter long predators. We were said they do not bite, but still, they were sharks. During the feeding, those blood craving creatures were literally hand-reach from us. Afterwards, while snorkeling around the boat, they kept swimming a few meters from us. Wow, what an amazing experience it was.
The second stop was one of numerous coral reefs, a home to hundreds of tropical ...
... an Aussie that he met at our hotel’s gym. Rocco was in Bora-Bora with his wife but she opted out of this tour and decided to just lay by the beach. (crazy! hahaha)
The first stop was at Passe Teavanui, a reef on the southwestern part of the Bora-Bora where the sharkfeeding takes place. He invited us into the water and remarked, “Just stay behind ...
... cocktails. Brian was obsessed over getting a piņa colada; I tried some sort of blue cocktail which was quite strong and not as fruity as I would’ve liked (but it matched the colour of my bikini!) Cocktails were $25 - $30 each but with happy hour, we each get the second round free. It was a great way to just relax and soak in the beautiful sights. We really did save the best ...