Pension Puea

87 rue Pasteur Octave Moreau, Papeete, Tahiti, Society Islands, French Polynesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 87 rue Pasteur Octave Moreau, Papeete, is near Museum of Tahiti and Her Islands and Natura Exploration 4WD Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Papeete

Los geht's - Daar ga ik - Here I go

A travel blog entry by sleepinglion on Jun 02, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... to L.A. was on time and I had a aisle seat which I swapped with a seat in the centre of the row in the centre of the plane. I was sitting next to a nice Dutch couple which will make a trip with a car in California.
We were on time in L.A. and after a lot of controls I could boarding to Papeete on time. Actually we should fly at 15:30 hrs. local time but they had to load our luggage and so we had a delay of a half ...

Kikinoo Cargo

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on May 09, 2014

66 photos

The word 'voyage' is most appropriate to describe either spacecraft or sea going vessels. So it was most fitting to be wished a 'Bon Voyage' by Natalie, my air bnb host in Tahiti, as she presented me with a string of shells as a parting gift. It’s not that I was about to shoot into space but I was boarding the Aranui 3 Freightliner for a fortnight voyage around the islands of northern French Polynesia passing by the Tuomotos to the Marquesas.

The ...

Papeete Peep

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Apr 25, 2014

16 photos

Greeted with two Leis, or flower garlands, as I stepped foot onto Tahiti Nui I did feel rather special. They were made from Frangipani and Tiare and both flowers smell deliciously of lily and jasmine; a lovely smell to waft up from your neck in the heat. One of them had come from Natalie whose air bnb I am staying at and the other came from the Aranui company whose freight liner I am joining on a two week bunk bed trip ...

Hello again, Tahiti!

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Apr 05, 2014

13 photos

... the balcony and took a few pictures. I turned on the TV (an old small TV) but all stations were in French. Oh well. We will meet the Warrens at noon and head to the ship.

Oh, when we looked out from our hotel room, we saw the various piers aside from where our big ship docked. There was the dock where we boarded the sail boat to go to Marlon Brando’s island, Tetiaroa, the first time we came here! It was a charter boat by a French couple. And ...

Time travellers

A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 03, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... is part of French Polynesia and so we went through the passport control lines for citizens of countries in the EU. We didn't have to complete immigration forms and did not need visas. Once we were through customs with our bags we sought out the travel company which had organised our bus transfer to the hotel. We were given leis (flower garlands) which we donned. They smelt delightful as they had frangipani in them. We boarded the bus for the hotel along with ...