Pension Ahitea Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... back to the airport. When the taxi then came to 7000, it wasn't the ideal start to the time here. It was dark when we arrived. An old lady showed us to our bungalow and even though it was dark, all we could see from the patio doors was sea. It looked perfect even in the darkness. She had limited English but must of asked us about 6 times if we wanted to rent a car for the following day. We tried to explain that our stay here was just about sitting around the pool and ...
... to view the beautiful beige “Eglise Evangelique”, the largest Protestant Church in French Polynesia.
By this time my stomach was warning that it needed food, so we turned and backtracked along the rue du General-de-Gaulle in search of the McDonalds restaurant that Barbara and read about in her research. To our disappointment, we found two large signs at an intersection advertising MickyD’s but nothing that looked like the ...
... every city we stopped in we found a pub and tried a local ale. As a nod to my dad ,Ted and I have made it a tradition for us to toast him at every port we stop at with a local beer. We always raise our beer to Mr Science, usually due to the fact that I can't say his name without crying! It is nice tasting the local brews and remembering Dad. This way he's on every trip with us and we can blame him for our drinking! Today we stopped at a street side cafe and had a Hinano ...
... selling Tahitian pearls). We called into the Cathedral which was interesting but very small and simple - still, another Cathedral to add to our list! We walked through Bougainville Park, along the waterfront and passed the Government buildings. Although they have their own local administration, they are governed by France and send representatives to Paris.For the afternoon, Margaret went on an organised "Snapshot of ...
... t stop at the Paul Gauguin museum and botanical gardens as they are being restored so our next stop is the Water Gardens a small botanic gardens, beautifully laid out with streams and waterfalls, and some well labelled trees and plants, some native and others imported. We are now heading back towards Pape'ete and have one more stop at some sacred caves where people used to take their babies to wash them in a sort of blessing ceremony. The one we go to is huge, in ...
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