Day 3 started out with the most beautiful views so far. There were no clouds so the sun was hitting the lagoon and it looked better than any picture I've ever seen of Bora Bora. We went to the gym and worked out with a view of the sea, which you can't access. The gym has coffee, water, oranges, apples, almonds. It also has towels, boxing gloves and other things for you to use and not miss your daily excercise. My wifer certainly loved it. We took some early pictures as the light was perfect and you could get a wonderful view of Mt Otemanu. We proceeded to take the daily (for around 20 dollars) fairy to the main island to the town of Vaitape. It's a very small place with very limited things to do and eat. Most places were closed because it was a Saturday and really I think there's no reason to go. Even if you want to get some alcohol and snacks in the super market, you will find out that it's still very very expensive. We ate at the St James which was not the best experience.
What happens is that we arrived on the daily scheduled ferry at around 145 pm. It turns out we walkes to this recommended restaurant and they told us the kitchen was closed, which didn't make sense as the fairy is daily, they didn't even offer drinks, which were available at the bar. They also had anything cold available and didn't offer it. We were starving and wakled like 20 minutes to get there. My friend asked and they said yes. We ended up ordering some raw fish and it was not good at all. It was also as expensive as the hotel which is a lot better. So I wouldn't recommend going to the main island unless you have something specific you want to do.
We had dinner at the Sunset Bar at the Four Seasons, which serves sushi. It was very low quality and wouldn't recommend it. The pool bar has way better food. Don't waste your time specially if you're well versed in japanese food.
Even though we didn't have the best food experience today, the place more than made up for it as everything looked wonderful and gorgeous!