Travel Blogs from French Polynesia

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Biking around has its rewards, Bora Bora, French Polynesia travel blog

Biking around has its rewards

A travel blog entry by ayebri.adam

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... of chocolate mousse cake, topped with dark chocolate ganache and a crispy hazelnut base.  It was beautifully decorated – the French really know their pastry!  It was a wonderful way to end our honeymoon – romantic and luxurious! ...

Beautiful Bora Bora, Bora Bora, French Polynesia travel blog

Beautiful Bora Bora

A travel blog entry by tlbuster

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Sandy beaches, grass huts on stilts overlooking green and blue tropical waters...what's not to love here in French Polynesia. I have uploaded a video slide show of the sights of the day.  To view the video in a larger size, click on the small video ...

Le Trucks, Papeete, French Polynesia travel blog

Le Trucks

A travel blog entry by ginapeach

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... through a newly build tunnel. Marae de Arahurahu – This is the only marae (ancient temple or meeting place) in all of Polynesia that has been fully restored, and it is maintained like a museum. There are a few stone statues and wooden carvings ...

Tahiti, Teahupoo, and the French!, Teahupoo, French Polynesia travel blog

Tahiti, Teahupoo, and the French!

A travel blog entry by tiffandraech

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... .  All too good to be true, after being told there would be a bus anytime soon (You guessed it by somebody French in a bit of a grumpy disapproving voice) I ended up waiting for over 2 hours in open sunshine! Anyway enough winging it all ...

All I do is win win win no matter what!, Papeete, French Polynesia travel blog

All I do is win win win no matter what!

A travel blog entry by spenny_stubbs

... the advantages and disadvantages of the colonial system I came across a figure of the first respresentatives of French Polynesia in the French National Assembly. The plaque read that he fought for the rights of french polynesians and protected them from ...

new year's eve at the paradise, Huahine, French Polynesia travel blog

new year's eve at the paradise

A travel blog entry by jackc

this must be a french polynesia thing because every resort has a mandatory new year's eve dinner for their guests. i was riding around town looking for affordable new year's eve meals. they are priced from $usd65-$285/person!!!! $65 is chez tara, my ...

Day 5 of Cruise, Papeete, French Polynesia travel blog

Day 5 of Cruise

A travel blog entry by oslernztrip

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Ship is hanging offshore Raratonga for the day (way too deep to anchor !) same was true of our day at Aitutaki yesterday. Hopefully included in this entry will be a picture typical of yesterday - spent in the lagoon waters surrounding the island. ...

Overwaterbungalowfeeling..., Moorea, French Polynesia travel blog

Overwaterbungalowfeeling...

A travel blog entry by rahelundpeter

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Kurz bevor wir auf das Cruiseship gingen, haben wir unter uns unter Verwendung sämtlicher Promo-, Rabattcodes etc. der Internethotelplattformen „durchgerungen" eine Nacht in einem Overwaterbungalow auf Moorea zu buchen, da wir um den heutigen Flug ...

Wir versuchen uns als Stand-up Paddler, Papeete, French Polynesia travel blog

Wir versuchen uns als Stand-up Paddler

A travel blog entry by rahelundpeter

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Herrlich! Von den sich brechenden Wellen am Korallenriff draussen geweckt zu werden. Noch vor dem Frühstück versuchen wir uns als Stand-up-Paddler, was zu meiner Überraschung ziemlich gut gelingt. Schnorcheln und Fischefüttern (die gekaufte Avocado ...

Enough said, Tahiti, French Polynesia travel blog

Enough said

A travel blog entry by russellgibson

Because of the volcanic ash cloud, we flew to BAires via Tahiti. This was fine, but waiting on the tarmac for 3 hours kinda sucked. we weren't allowed to use 'electronic devices' (although it seemed as though most were) and we had to leave our seatbelts ...

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