Hotel Kon Tiki Pacific
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... around the hotel grounds. They have two pools that have sandy bottoms, a gym, spa, lagoon, outdoor sports, tennis courts and more. Not far away you can see the island of Moorea where I'll be headed next. I went into Papeete to look around the city. Tahiti is the largest of the French Polynesian islands and has about 200,000 people living on it, which is about two thirds of the entire population of French Polynesia. French Polynesia covers 5 million square kilometres of ...
... main thoroughfare, it became apparent to me that this was starting out as a more “shopping” than “walking” excursion and I voiced this to Barbara as she exited a very upscale pearl store. She agreed and so we set out – shipping would come later. However, most of the shops and markets were closed due to the May 1st Holiday.
We had received erroneous information from someone in a previous port that Papeete ...
... had a walk in shower and a bath, luxurious Bvlgari toiletries and 12 huge white fluffy towels, seriously 12!
We were like children in a sweetshop, we didn’t know what to do first, we sat on the balcony, we showered, we drank the free soft drinks in our mini bar, we read the room service menu at least 6 times, we unpacked and hung up our newly purchased cruise clothes and even visited the laundry room to iron our best togs for our first dinner in one of ...
... to take it off. We had magical silver fern tattoos applied and ate fresh guava plucked straight from the tree. We saw waterfalls, stunning valley views, the walls of the crater and had the most delicious lunch I have possibly ever eaten on a tour.
At a tiny restaurant in the centre of Tahiti I decided to leave my comfort zone (partially because there was no veggie option aside from a portion of chips) and ordered red tuna sashimi. Our guide warned ...
... stopped every few minutes to look at views or visit places of interest. The island is almost 130k around with PK 0 ( Point Kilometre or mile post) being at Papeete and PK 63 being on the other side where the smaller presqu'ile is connected with Tahiti. At PK 5 we stopped above the airport to look across at Mo'orea. All along the coast there were long stretches of reef, with gaps so that it wasn't continuous. The breakers crashed against the reef which keeps the sharks out and ...
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