Club Bali Hai Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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On our trip to Moorea we experienced several negative experiences but coupled with one amazing so we think it was all worth it. As 'cheap backpackers', French Polynesia is not the most accommodating, it is made for you to turn up with extreme happiness levels (i.e. Honeymoon) and be stuffed into your paradise hut over the sea to spend lots of money that you don't really care about, because well, you're on your honeymoon. To 'regular people' like ourselves a journey is filled with so ...
Oh, oh, I feel a rant coming on. Speaking of war, it was an honor to meet Leo Thorsness. But it irks me beyond belief to hear people say, “Thank you for your service”. Why? Because the American public is hiding behind the phrase. If they really supported the troops, they would sign up for duty. But only 1 percent of the public is protecting our “freedom”. (In quotes, because I have trouble believing our freedom ...
... women give birth to a baby girl, they bury the placenta in their garden so that when she grows older and moves to a different island with her husband she will keep coming back because her placenta is here. After that we did liquor tasting at a plantation. They had various fruit juices mixed with rum and also a pineapple liqueur. We bought some rum with coconut and pineapple juice. We then saw some archaeological sites that are now just ruins. After this we stopped ...
... and Ines again, the French couple living and working on the Loyalty Islands when I was in New Caledonia but who were moving to the Marquesas and would be there when I was passing by on the Aranui.
I had had Facebook communicaton from them saying that they thought our boat was going to arrive on ‘Thuesday’ and my itinerary had said Wednesday so turning up on Tuesday was a gamble. They said they’d meet me at the port and I looked for them ...
Hayley here. When you think of Tahiti, you probably think of white sand , turquoise water and hot temperatures. What we now think of when Tahiti comes to mind is roosters that crow constantly every 5 minutes , $8 broccoli and rundown streets and houses. When we arrived for four days in Papeete the temperature was 37 degrees and high humidity. Even standing under a cool shower you could feel yourself sweating. So naturally we planned to swim 24/7 until we found out that the ...