Hiti Moana Villa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of dishes from stir fry, Chinese, steaks, hamburgers etc. we decided on a hamburger and chips as we had a large lunch before, so we sat at one of the tables by one of the food vans and ordered our meal and sat waiting and then the rain came, every body was rushing about to find shelter, we managed to find some under the awning of the food van, the waitress came out with umbrella's for those that wanted to sit ...
... guy did not know English well. Lukily for us he speak french because french is tahitian native langauge . He drove us back to the hotel and we spent the whole day in .
The last thing I did during my vacation in Tahiti was memorable. I walked around and found out a couple of people gathering to ...
... had been put on hold during the trip as the Marquesas are passed by colder currents meaning there is little coral. Before reaching the Marquesas we had a chance for snorkelling on Takapoto in the Tuomotos. I saw the most clams I've ever seen, my first octopus and 1000s of fish swimming in a barrel whose shadow I thought was a boat that I was about to collide with.
On Nuka Hiva, the first of the Marqesan islands, I was looking forward to ...
... cabin perspective but everything else is the same – food and service. And both were tops. Fantastic service and the best meal that I’ve ever had on a plane.
I think we both would have been happy to spend another hour or so in the air but soon enough we started our decent into Papeete. And it was Sunday again!
A rain squall passed through just as we got into the terminal. Some reports have said cab drivers don’t know where ...
... we knew. It was paradise until we took it too far and tried to use the hotels pool and were asked for our room numbers and told that we couldn't swim there. Needless to say we went back the next day and laughed at the posh people paying thousands of dollars to stay there when we just paid a $30 ferry fee and enjoyed the same tropical fish nibbling our toes as they did on their pedicured tootsies. Over all we had a great time in Tahiti and Moorea. Bring on stop number to ...