Chambre d'hotes Temehani
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... for us with the boat.
The first stop after we got on the boat was a spot where there might be manta rays. Almost all of us got into the water. Patrick was going to use a float to drag me to the spot where the water was quite deep, I chickened out. But I had a great time snorkeling right by the boat, seeing some fishes in the water. A couple actually saw the manta ray! Not everyone saw it though, even Patrick did not see it.
... with a 6hp engine. Not going to win any races but we had a great day, we snorkelled at an amazing reef for a couple hours and toured around a bit and swam in the lagoon. This place really is beautiful...for dinner we were picked up and taken to a nice restaurant for our last dinner of our trip. We ate and reflected on all our favourite parts of the trip. Most of mine were food related. For our last day we just relaxed and read on the beach before our long and nasty ...
... The winds grew and the sea grew and the other kid boats came in and
we got stuck for another 5 days. So Paul got his hair cut, we spent more time
at the supermarche and took a few more public bus trips and hikes around the
island. We made friends with more boaties and shared more food and laughter. Finally, we head off to Papeete where hopefully a fridge mechanic will be waiting and a new computer......
Papeete is a very busy port and ...
... see its jagged, forest-clad outline quite clearly from our airport motel window – but like most things in French Polynesia, inter-island air travel is very costly and although the flight is only 15 minutes it was one luxury we couldn’t justify so we took the ferry instead.
The crossing lasted under an hour and was a great way to see the super yachts in the harbour – one of which was a multi-million dollar ...
Bora Bora: Who hasn't heard of this island? Michener immortalized it. For all its big name recognition, Bora Bora isn’t all that big—the road around it is only 19 miles. BB is accessible through only one pass—Te Ava Nui. BB is an eroded cone of a volcano, with a huge mountain named Oremanu (which means sea of the birds). The ancient Polynesians called it Porapora or first born since they believed that it was the first island to rise after Raiatea.BB is ...