Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... At 3.30pm we are the only ones on the dock as we are presented with shell leis (flowers when you arrive and shells when you leave) then board a speed boat and head towards the airport terminal. We check in and have a two hour wait for the plane. Everybody at the terminal is wearing shell necklaces and looking sad to leave. It's a quick flight flight back with no island stops and on arriving at Papeete it's been raining and is very humid as ...
... who don't speak english. Getting back will be hit and miss and usually involves a lot of waiting. It doesn't sound easy!
As we wait for the launch to depart, the humidity is starting to become oppressive and Deb starts to feel sick. Do we risk the trip with the hassles of an upset stomach or do we spend some more leisure time at the resort. Suddenly Rocket starts to feel squeamish as well (we think it must have been the ...
... is a wall with the names of celebrities that have visited the restaurant and pictures on the other side of other customers. After passing those walls, you walk down a small pathway into the entrance. To the right is a gift shop with some souvenirs and lots of t-shirts, passed that is the bar and straight ahead are all the dining tables. Underneath your feet is all sand and the walls don’t go all the ...
... it to the French Polynesia! Today we are in Bora Bora!
Which means this is my first time south of the equator! And it is tradition for a ship to have a “Crossing the Line Ceremony” for when you cross the equator. Long story short, there is a King Neptune, his Queen, us three girl dancers were in togas, the boys were body guards, and there were passengers that were being accused of a crime and ...
... 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, ...