Vahine Island Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... sting rays there! Patrick first went into the water, with a few fish in his hand. The rays all swam over to him, climbed on him, kissed him, played with him. So cute!!! We all went into the water, touched the sting rays. Wow! Just wonderful!! Then a sting ray bit me! They don't have teeth, just gum. And he nibbled me with his gum! It scared me and I came back on the boat. Patrick said it's because he had not had Chinese food for a while :-)
... and verges bloom with giant hibiscus flowers of every colour imaginable and the friendly locals, although reserved as many island folk tend to be, greet you with a strangely pronounced "bonjour" wherever you go. Even the French expat optician in the island’s main town - which, I have to point out seems to have a disproportionately large population of transvestites - fixed my glasses for free. Now that was a surprise. Even more so than ...
... just briefly and then the clouds cleared and it became a beautiful and not too hot day. We had brought our snorkeling equipment, but never used it. There were also kayaks to take out, but we just read and talked to people. They had a floating bar, and lunch was a BBQ with hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, salads, corn, cookies, brownies and fruit. People came and went. The only blip on the day was that the bathrooms were closed due to a pump not working. I think they may ...
... slapped its tail on the water to warn the others and they would dive under the water and reappear a little way off. We left them and continued on our journey. We stopped at Anau, an area where it is known that Manta Rays congregate. The water was murky, so Fabien wasn’t sure we’d be able to see the Mantas. Here we had to wear a life vest, which keeps snorkelers from free diving down and bothering the mantas. Although murky, we were able to see the giant ...
... some great looking meats and cheeses, but prices were high. One lady paid $9.00 for a 2 liter bottle of diet coke. We drooled over the fresh baguettes. People buy 6 or 7 at a time. They wheel them out in large plastic bins. They are about 36 inches long and each bin must hold 100 of them. They had 4 bins there and we watched them roll out 2 more.
We left and ...