The main island of Bora Bora
This main island is surrounded by many other islands that make up Bora Bora. The water is the most beautiful color I have ever seen.
We spent the day on this island.
The island was small but beautiful. It was filled with coconut and other palm trees which provided us with glorious shade. There was a nice continuous breeze which made the day very pleasant.
The shadows of the trees on the white sand made very interesting patterns.
We had a great picnic which included, among other things, barbecued fish.
The ship staff and the passengers both enjoyed the festivities on this special occasion.
This is the photographer that was hired to photo this anniversary cruise.
These beautiful ladies helped serve our lunch.
Here is a picture of our ship's engineer. His name is George.
This is the ship's plumber. I think his name might have been Joe. :)
This was the most beautiful island of the whole trip. I am so glad we were able to come here.
At the end of the day, we returned to the ship. Once again we enjoyed a beautiful sunset.
The next morning we arrived in Tahiti.
This is the end of the posts about this trip.
It has been three weeks since we ended that cruise. Since then we have been in the U.S. visiting family and friends...hugging kids and grand kids.
Our oldest grandson, Joshua, returned with us to Cuenca. We have been enjoying him so much. I will share about his visit next time.