Petit Hotel Fare Vai Nui
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- Swimming pool
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... kitchen cooking when we got there. Shaq told us to go for a wander and come back in 30 minutes. So we did.
Lunch was delicious. Yet another variation of raw fish salad, steak, chicken, other salads, fresh fruits, fresh coconut, coconut bread, a delicious pandan ‘dessert’, soft drink, beer. The bowls, and our plates, were woven out of palm leaves. We sat down at a table in the water and fed the fish our left overs, not that there were ...
... br> our ray feeding excursions.
More black tipped sharks here today,” pointed Ken. They were not
threatening, even if they came very close. They looked so
majestic, in their natural environment and it was addictive to watch.
After our sting ray and shark encounter, Ken showed us all those over the
water Hotel bungalows starting from Palazzo, St. Regis, Four Season's
and including the Bora-Bora Nui (the first ...
... drift snorkel, where you basically just let the current take you. There were a lot of pretty fish and coral to see. The water was crystal clear. Keith saw a small puffer fish and I saw a small jellyfish.
After snorkeling, we stopped at a private motu (island) for lunch. A lot of the motus are ancestral homes, passed down to each generation. On this particular one, the family living there grows cantaloupe and watermelon. Our guide gave us a demonstration on how to make poisson ...
... Bora it started to rain. It was like a sign from above :-) it was time to leave and it was the first time we boarded the plane barefoot and wet. There were only 10 or 15 people on board the aircraft so the stewardess asked us to move to balance the plane :-D This flight was one of the scariest flights in our life but we landed safely in an hour or so in Rangiroa, one of the biggest attols in French Polynesia.
... a bench under a coconut tree, there were some locals who stared at me. Don't really know if it was because of my swollen face or my blond hair they probably have never seen before :-D This was at 8 am and we had to catch our plane to Bora Bora at around 1pm so we were quite nervous if we could make it since... no offense...everything takes ages to the local people. And they don't care about time much :-) ...