Fare Aute

Atiha, Moorea, Society Islands, 98728 , French Polynesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moorea

Island no. 4 - Mo'orea

A travel blog entry by jiewu


It was only natural that we'd feel a bit deflated wherever we went after our three heavenly days on Bora Bora, so it was with heavy hearts that we arrived at the southern tip of Mo'orea island at quaint Fare Athe. We dragged ourselves out from the pure sandy beach on the pirogue canoe that they provide to explore the lagoon, snorkelling with the …

Day 197/201 Delicious surprise/ Sorpresa deliciosa

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... for the nice view of the two bays. After that, we visited the same pineapple plantation as we did some years before. We walked through the same fields and we took a small pineapple, just like we all remembered. We had to leave because the mosquitos were attacking again. This time, Ariana took pictures of the hens and rooster instead of chasing them like she did 5 years before. We also took pictures of the ...

Adios Marina/Hello Moorea!

A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx


... whisked out luggage out to over-the-water-bungalow (OWB) number 74. While it's quite a hike out to the end of the pier, it was absolutely private, with an unobstructed view of the reef and the Pacific. And we definitely needed the exercise.

Staying in in OWB was on my bucket list. (Check!) They are very spacious, with a large covered deck furnished with two lounge chairs, as well as a table and two chairs. There is a ladder down to the water, so that ...

Ship Ahoy!

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom


I labeled today "Hurry up and wait day" since that is what we did most of the day. We had a leisurely breakfast and then went back to our bungalow to finish packing. Check-out time was 11:00, but our cruise ship transfer didn't leave until 1:30, so we had about 2 hours of waiting. We hung around the lobby for a little while and looked at some of the wares for sale from a couple of vendors, mostly carved wood and inexpensive black pearl items, and then ...

Tahiti looks nice!

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... br> After that we had dinner at the Roulets. These are vans which move into the open space each night and set up minicafes to cook and serve great food. Again a new experience but a very enjoyable one. From there it was back to the hotel for a nightcap where we chatted to Sebastian about the British origin of the Olympics. He is very nice and surprisingly down to earth. He had really enjoyed the ceremonies and was looking forward to seeing the competition. This starts tomorrow.


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