Bora Bora Bucket List

…er – really a French Polynesia Bucket List.

But that just doesn’t sound as nice.

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Ken and I will be venturing to the islands of Tahiti, Moorea, and finally Bora Bora for our honeymoon.  We are beyond excited.  Well not about the incredibly long flight.  But excited none the less.  Knowing me, I also got really excited to plan as much as possible since I doubt we will ever make it back.  Gotta find that happy medium between complete spontaneity and over-planning.

So, after many days of daydreaming about white (manmade) sand beaches and crystal clear water, here we go.

1. fly on a little island hopping plane

2. stay on Tahiti

3. drink a Hinano in Tahiti

4. snorkel

5. get lei’d

6. have breakfast brought in a canoe

7. eat at Bloody Mary’s in Bora Bora

8. drink out of a coconut

9. snorkel with sharks

10. see a sea turtle

snorkeling with black tips

11. see a pineapple plantation – and try pineapple jam

12. get a Tahitian pearl

13. go on an ATV tour in Moorea

14. drink a Tabu in Bora Bora

15. swim with dolphins

16. see an eel whilst snorkeling

17. get a massage on the beach

18. see an eagle ray

19. stay in an over-water bungalow

20. watch a sunrise

breakfast canoe Thalasso

21. see a giant clam

22. snorkel with humpback whales

23. lookout from Magic Mountain

24. have a photoshoot

25.  watch a sunset

 

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4 Comments

  1. corinelli says:

    Wow! All of this looks so amazing. Who doesn’t dream about going to Bora Bora!?

    I am so happy for you two!! I will gladly leave swimming with sharks to you. I think I would swoon 😉

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    • Jessi says:

      I used to always dream about Fiji. But damn! Pinterest and all those Bora Bora photos. We are actually looking forward to Moorea the most. 🙂

      PS swimming with sharks makes me slightly nervous.

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  2. So glad you found me on Twitter and WordPress! I’m glad we could connect! We seem so alike with the love for turquoise destinations!
    Jessica, Turquoise Compass
    P.S. I followed you on all of your other social media sites.

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