Pension Marie Lou

Address: PK 22,1 c/mer Papetoai, Moorea, Society Islands, French Polynesia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on PK 22,1 c/mer Papetoai, Moorea, is near Tiki Village Cultural Centre, Moorea Fun Dive, Temae Beach, and Dr. Poole's Dolphin and Whale Tour.
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    Travel Blogs from Moorea

    Living in Paradise - French Polynesia: Diving

    A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Nov 11, 2014

    33 photos

    ... on our group, but as each couple popped up to the surface from running out of air and messing up their buoyancy, we just kept floating around mid level searching for sharks. By the end of the dive, we had seen lots of sharks again a fairly large sea turtle and all the curious fishes of the reef. It was time for my photo! We had found a few more curious blacktips that ventured a little closer to us than expected, and with Erich ready with the go pro snapped some pictures of me ...

    La orana Moorea

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 19, 2014

    11 photos

    ... several bungalows that sit over the crystal blue waters of the lagoon. Unfortunately for the inhabitants, they are located next to a channel that is used by several boats throughout the day.

    But back to the sharks and stingrays. When we arrived at the spot, it was very obvious that both animals were in the area. Several reef sharks were sighted swimming around the boat and several people expressed concerns about getting in the water – this I found interesting as ...

    Le Trucks

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Aug 18, 2014

    13 photos

    ... like, can be quite unstable. It is considered to be in the Top 10 Deadliest Waves. The name 'Teahupo'o' loosely translates to English as "to sever the head" or "place of skulls". It is widely regarded as being on the 'must-surf' list of every enthusiastic surfer. However, it is not the place for those new to the sport, the technically difficult waves combined with a shallow shoreline can result in serious injuries and even death in a wipeout. In the last 15 years, five people ...

    Day Forty Two - More snorkeling and Fire show

    A travel blog entry by mikeyhand on Jul 23, 2014

    9 photos

    ... to hit up the bar for our free Mai Tai coupon. It was a strong drink but the view was great. We got back to the room after and watched the sunset from our room and then Jess got ready for the show.

    We got there early so we could get a good seat. The food was good, marinated steak and chicken skewers along with swordfish. The typical pasta station and a good salad bar. They also had a raw ...

    Living in Paradise: French Polynesia

    A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Jul 20, 2014

    22 photos

    ... from sleeping on the rock hard ground for a week (not fun), but from the DAMN ROOSTERS going off from 11pm to about 4 or 5am. Let’s just say by the end of our week we were VERY eager to be back to sleeping in a bed and nowhere near a rooster. I haven’t felt so violent over a dumb bird before in my life! Even though we didn't have the absolute best time camping in French Polynesia, we still had a ton of great experiences in that last week. The positive side ...