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Travel Blogs from Tahiti
All that travelling was well and good but to be frank, all I was looking for was to finally arrive in the society Islands, French Polynesia!!!
The fun bit was to have left Auckland on the 17th March and landing in Tahiti on the 16th March... instant botox!
Anyway... I cant say we saw much of Tahiti itself... as we just stayed in the Meridien hotel for 3 nights. ...
... hi ha més que l’altra vegada i més boniques, amb cuiners ben vestits i més taules al voltant. Molta gent, música de les guitarretes de Tahití i un ambient molt macu amb canalla que juguen i gossos que també busquen la seva roulotte preferida. En triem una que sembla una novetat, una espècie de barbacoa coreana de llagostins i carn de bou que coem a la taula mateix sobre un foc de carbonet. Després ens ho mengem ...
... not book any tour, and I just want to
look around, and perhaps rent a bike in order to get around. I read
somewhere that you can circle the island in just three hours. I also
want to check the black pearls that are synonymous with Tahiti. My
mind wandered about various images of the perfect string of pearls.
They come in assorted shades, and I've heard that they are everywhere
in this island.
At the dock, we were greeted ...
... Chow Mein. Good standard Chinese food. They had a live (animation) singing group there to entertain us.
On Monday we headed to the Ferry station to return to Moorea. Several of our group also had the same idea. This time we were on a smaller ferry but the trip was the same. Alighting at Quai Vaiare we walked to the Avis depot and collected our yellow Fiat Panda. The others had hired a 9 seater van. We headed in the opposite direction from the ...
... 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 ...