Legends Resort Moorea
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Moorea
... secret jug of tahiti drink" which happened to be right next to the black pearl shop. Coincidence? I think not. The show finally started and we were lead around the village in groups by spoken language to learn more about how the polynesian men and women lived. The tour culminated at the unburying of the pig and vegetables that had been smoking in an underground pit. We were then lead to our dinner tables where the feast began! The buffet literally had all types of ...
... and which was under. I truly appreciate all the neat things I have seen them make with flowers and leaves such as hats, necklaces, and head pieces. The last activity I had was a ukulele lesson. I think this was my least successful of the three activities but I had fun. That's the main thing right? As I finished, they told me that they could bring me back to the resort or I could stay and watch them perform a ...
... Bora Bora.
The island of Moorea is perfect for water sports and for snorkelers and scuba divers. It is the world’s largest coral reef eco-system consisting of 3,000 separate reefs, forming a wide, shallow lagoon, and was formed when half of a monolithic volcano crumbled in to the blue-green sea millions of years ago.
It is one of the smaller, quieter and the most scenically striking destinations of French Polynesia. At the centre is ...
... in your suite.
Considering alcohol was the only thing that we didn’t pay to have on the cruise we drank our fair share of wine, cocktails and champagne thanks to some pretty awesome friends.
I will detail our daytrips from the cruise in different blogs as they are all deserving of their own, so don’t think that we didn’t get off the boat, because we did, when we absolutely had to!
After we had spent a few days cruising ...
... waterfall then it started to rain for a while and we passed a few cows and horses on a valley entrance. More waterfalls. Then a blowhole which spouted when the waves were powerful enough. Rounding onto the north coast there were more surfers, surging off rocks not beaches. There were new sea defences here to stop the road being washed away. At last the outskirts of town and a lighthouse, designed by R L Stevenson's father. This was were the shipload of missionaries had ...