Te Nunoa Private Garden Bungalow

Address: PK32, Moorea, Society Islands, 98729, French Polynesia | Hotel
 
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      Living in Paradise - French Polynesia: Island Fun

      A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Nov 11, 2014

      41 photos

      ... how big you were, then avert their route! Aside from those two big snorkeling days, we also had a ton of fun snorkeling at our friend's private beach which was full of anemones, as well as the public beach which was very aquarium like, and at camping that boasted more anemones and large coral/rock formations. It was interesting to see how different each areas could be considering how small the island was and how close these areas are to ...

      Ooh la la - tropical France!

      A travel blog entry by redwatt on Nov 02, 2014

      9 photos

      ... are welcome to use any/all of the amenities. It was dreadful! After wandering the lush tropical gardens and checking out where our bungalow is, we had to sit on the thatch covered verandah of the bar, drinking cocktails (Tequila Sunrise - a nod to my favourite 70s/80s band - The Eagles for me and a Long Island Iced Tea for Tom) and eating lunch, watching the rain clouds move across the water. Nothing to do but read, relax and ...

      Living in Paradise - French Polynesia: Hikes

      A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Sep 22, 2014

      28 photos

      ... pushed onwards. Even though this hike was starting to get exhausting, we still enjoyed ourselves by reading the small hand painted signs hanging off certain plants that people had so carefully put up to entertain hikers along the way. It was a neat idea and kept our minds off of the fact we had been walking constantly for nearly 6 hours!

      We finally came off the mountainside and were back on flat ground, but not yet back to where we could recognise where we were. ...

      3rd Stop - Moorea

      A travel blog entry by pmnoyes on Sep 11, 2014

      Pronounced Moor’-eh-ah. This island is a close neighbor to Tahiti Island and one of several in a chain. The population is much smaller on this one, so small in fact, that unlike Tahiti, there is no pier. This meant dropping anchor in a deep water cove and using tenders to ...

      2nd Stop - Papeete, Tahiti

      A travel blog entry by pmnoyes on Sep 10, 2014

      ... bring their kids into the water at a very young age and teach canoeing and water safety iall through school.At the far end of the island, we found a most remarkable phenomena – a black sand beach! The islands in the South Pacific are of volcanic origin, ...