Hiti Moana Villa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
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... to watch them load there boat as they had to climb down the rope ladder from the ship and it was really rough by then but they are used to the seas. They took a few supplies from the ship. We arrived in Papeete on Saturday August 22nd it was a hot and muggy day as it was Saturday most of the shops shut at 12 o,clock. We did a four hour island tour with a local company and saw some of the sights. First stop was Point Venus where there is a ...
... Continuing our way around the island, we stopped at the Maraa grottos. The one cave there is the largest aquatic cave in Tahiti. The guide gave us the option to a stop at a museum, Tahiti and her islands. A few of us opted to go in. Unfortunately, we only had a half hour because I thought the museum was excellent. It gave some information on a wide variety of topics about the islands including the geology, flora and fauna, history of explorers and settlers, ...
... our private dock/balcony, layed in the sun and watched the locals practice rowing and kayaking and ended with an amazing sun set behind the mountains of Moorea. To top the day off was dinner at the Lotus restuarant, which was pricey but service atmosphere and meal was all very good. Definately one of our top 5 hotels that we have stayed in our travels.
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... only one cruise doing this route in April which was when our New Zealand visa was expiring and it happened to be Oceania. We had absolutely no idea what this meant but we read reviews and it seemed pretty nice, but website and brochures always seem to have the ability to make places look better so we just assumed to worst and hoped for the best. We had our kindles full of books and laptops full of movies to get us through the long 17 days at sea so were fully prepared ...
... or did we???!!!??? You see whilst I now generally consider myself pretty good at travel planning as we have made it most of the way around the world without too many dramas. There is one thing when we planned our stay in Tahiti that never even crossed my mind, that small issue of the International Date Line. For anyone who like me never even gave this a thought, it is the magic line that falls right in the middle of the Pacific Ocean which determines the ...