France Bora Bora IslandBora Bora Island, France
Bora Bora Bora Bora Private Island (Bora Bora, French Polynesia)
I and my family had the great joy of staying 11 days in Polynesia. The last 3 overnight stays were in a fabulous #109 chalet. It is a calm and very relaxed area. There was no such thing as a child politics. Solent Tim e- Jim on Marketing, Sasha in F&B and our host who welcomed us were delighted.
From our sanctuary, the Laguna, the famous Korallengarten, was a brief swimming canoe. Providing food to keep the fishes on the island every single working days was something we did and did every where. The little blacktip shark swimming around the harbour really got a thrill. This is a very good place to stay.
A lot of natural resource is used for livelihoods, such as fruit, fishery and crop production as well as material for the building of old homes and canoeing. Tradicional export - inclusive of custard berries - has fallen sharply, but this income decline was partly offset by the evolution of fisheries, in particular by the expansion of coastal areas to 200 sea-mile ('370 km) in 1978.
Cannabis beads, mainly from the Tuamotu and Gambier archipelagoes, make up about two third of exportperiod. France-Polynesia gets about a quarter of its exports from France; Japan and Hong Kong are its main exports. Produced goods range from coppra, coir nut seedoil to other oils, beers, print fabrics and sandal; some of the Outlands are home to crafts and crafts.
By the mid-1990s, revenues were significantly boosted by the attendance of a number of members of France's armed forces who supported the Tuamotus NPP. Logistic assistance measures in Tahiti and Hao Atoll provided extra jobs until France imposed a ban on atomic tests in 1996. For several years, the Commission has undertaken to grant compensation for the adaptation.
From the mid-20th c: traffic installations were built or strongly expanded, among them the expansion of a state-of-the-art harbour in Papeete, the building of an Faaa internation airfield and the installation of aviation with some of the remote islands: Polynesia has a relatively humble street system, but most streets are cobbled or covered with stones.