Fare Nana'O In Tahiti

Address: Faaone PK 52 On The Sea Side Taravao, Tahiti, Society Islands, French Polynesia | Campground
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This campground, located on Faaone PK 52 On The Sea Side Taravao, Tahiti, is near Municipal Market, Point Venus, Fautaua Waterfall, and Maraa Grotto.
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Travel Blogs from Tahiti

Time Travelling in Tahiti

A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on Feb 13, 2015

... thought that this was a rue for money as he was charging 450 polynesian francs or 3 pounds for 30 minutes on the computer. The truth is that whatever the reason behind the decision what Fred was saying was correct as the atmosphere here was in general really good. Also I was forced to use the computer just a couple of times so I kind of even had a break from the outside world while I stayed here. Anyway, back to the incredible eclectic mix of characters I met ...

A Long Day's Journey

A travel blog entry by redwatt on Nov 02, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... The temperature was in the high twenties at about 10.20pm! We were in line alongside the Tarmac (yes, still no aerobridges) and through a queue house for about an hour waiting to go through immigration. They had a cultural group singing and dancing to distract us all. After finally claiming our luggage and going through the non-existent customs, we walked outside and found our name on a board. We were draped with frangipani leis, given a booklet of vouchers and then ...

All I do is win win win no matter what!

A travel blog entry by spenny_stubbs on Aug 03, 2014

... climate, beautiful women and a landscape that is both imposing but peaceful. The people of these islands are quite happy too, and they have plenty to be happy about. Although these people aren't rich they are very well provided for by the French government. I can't say to what extent they are subsidized here, but everyone is well fed, has housing and other luxuries that would otherwise be unattainable for them if these islands were self sustaining. That's not to say ...

Maruru - Tahitian for every greeting

A travel blog entry by funlou22 on Apr 20, 2014

104 photos

... doing the dorms as Tahiti is expensive but it really wasn't so bad in the huge converted loft.
We explored the local beaches and had some amazing food in roadside Roulette's - which is restaurant quality food cooked in a van - and we were shocked, and delighted, to see how big the portions were! Yum!
Over the next four days, we took many unreliable busses to different parts of the island, including the capital Papeete, which was ...

Why do you want to move?

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Mar 23, 2014

31 photos

... this. One of the other receptionists stepped in and told us to watch it channel 2 of our tv and we would be covered.

Dinner was at the pool bar. Delicious Thai beef salad for each of us.

Tuesday March 25

Cereal and coffee in our room, a quick call at reception to see if there was any way to reschedule the safety demonstration – “Of course, attend it on the 27th.” What the? Too ridiculous.