Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora
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... 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 ...
... not seem outrageous considering our location. The Glenfiddich has travelled about 10,000 miles to get here. We are both now sporting the traditional leaving necklace of sea shells, handed out as we joined our boat. I hope one day we may have the opportunity to come back. I would love to see some of the other islands and motu. Moorea in particular sounds rather splendid. I spotted a fair sized black tip shark in the lagoon on our way to ...
... on the sailboat, Bora Bora. Today was mainly a cruise day and a school day. We arrived to this spectacular place, had our last dinner on the boat, and were entertained by a trio of performers. What a perfect ending to a fun trip! Video clip is attached. We made contact with the "The Big Blue" today and they are making a speedy crossing across the Pacific and they plan on a Thursday arrival time. We can't ...
... the place is littered with high-end resorts and clubs, no money is put back into the community or the infrastructure of the township. The tourists only come out of their resorts to buy pearls from tour guide-selected businesses and return to the shuttle bus. There is little
work for locals apart from tourism/ selling trinkets/ cleaning etc. and food is
expensive. Locals tell us the whole family needs to work where they can and
must grow ...