Hotel Kon Tiki Pacific
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... good for my 1st 6 days in Tahiti, it was raining and cloudy for 2 of my last 3 days which really limited my options. It did as the stay did in general allow me to rest relax and recouperate after over 5 months of hectic travel.
As for the Wifi issue. I talked to the owner Fred about this and he claimed that the pension didnt have wifi because the atmosphere wouldnt be so good at the pension if everyone was on the iphone all of the time. A few of the ...
We arrived in Tahiti early this morning around 6 AM. It had just rained ( I think that is always the case) but it was sunny then. I had forgotten how hot and humid it is here but it felt good. As usual our transfer from the airport was not there, but we did meet many interesting locals at the airport while attempting to identify our driver. We finally snagged a cab and were on our ...
... I did toy with announcing to the hotel that we were on our honeymoon but Stella soon put a stop to that idea! You cannot help but relax in such a place and we soon got into the swing of enjoying cocktails, sun, sea and sand. To make any of you that are envious feel better, the final day was a complete washout with torrential rain all day and our fingers are crossed that we can make the one flight a week that goes to Easter Island, our next ...
... the crÍpe, obviously, something was lost in the translation as he said they don’t have crÍpe on the menu. It wasn’t the best meal, but it was good to eat off the ship. The good news was the wine was great.
Nevertheless, it was a good day and night out and we were much more impressed with Papeete than we were last time.
Looking forward to tomorrow, Moorea. We have booked a private tour to swim with the manta rays and reef sharks and BBQ lunch which should be ...
... system CRASH -
Unfortunately, a coffee was pretty much all I could afford .It was like the South Pacific outlet of Liberty.
I have learned that its no myth that in traditional Tahitian culture the 5th son born to a family is raised as a girl. Considered surplus to requirements, the boy helps with the cooking and household work and wears a dress.
It seems most of them sell pearls in the ...
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