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Travel Blogs from Tahiti
... tahitian hula dancers. The dancers showed a wonderful and unforgettable performance that made me realized how great Tahiti is. I spent my whole night taking pictures to other and to the dancers also taught me some moves.
I really enjoyed my trip in tahiti , it was the most unforgetttable trip ...
... before our flight to Auckland at 8.00am tomorrow.
This is where it gets complicated. Auckland is 23 hours ahead of Tahiti as it is on the other side of the International Dateline. So we leave Tahiti Saturday morning at 8.10am and we arrive after a six hour flight at what is 14.10 in Tahiti but in Auckland is 13.10. Only thing is in Auckland it is not 13.10 on Saturday but 13.10 on Sunday.
There is not a great deal to say really...Sun, more Sun, Ocean, and Relaxation... OK...so we got up at a lazy 9 something o'clock...put on as little as possible...its about 30 degrees here and very bright. Our room overlooks the sand bottomed pool, the ocean and the island of Moorea. The clouds are hanging over that island and the thunderheads look rather impressive. Thankfully dry here. Breakfast was an enormous buffet affair. Fruit of ...
... Its unique
combination of fine dining in unique restaurants, nightclubs, and
outdoor activities make it an ideal family destination.
Here you can experience untouched beaches, local culture and just about
any island activity. It is my first time in Tahiti, but not for
Bert. As usual, like in so many places, it is a tug on the memory
for him. It is his first trip back after more than thirty years.
Today we are not in a hurry. ...
... hide. I was soaked to the skin in about
a minute, the rain was torrential and the waves were crashing over the front of
the boat. For the first time in months I was shivering from the cold. The rain
was like falling needles, jagging my face, neck, arms, ears and even my eyes.
I’ve never seen the film, but I know how George Clooney must have felt now. It
was frightening to start with, but I settled into it eventually and just ...