Tiare Tahiti Hotel
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- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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The flight from LA to Papeete was 8+ hours. It was smooth and we were comfortable. I probably slept 4 or 5 hours – tried to watch the movie "Gravity" but fell asleep part of the way. After I woke up, I watched the Dog Whisperer – really admire Caezer Millan! Got to get his DVDs and try some of the methods with Djuna and hopefully SS …
... for the sail away and to our final destination, Tahiti.
Feb 4. Arrive to Tahiti at 5 am. Tahiti is located in the Windward group of the Society Islands. It is neatly divided into two circles divided by an isthmus: the larger and more populated Tahiti Nui ( Big Tahiti) and the smaller Tahiti Iti (Little Tahiti)
The coast of Tahiti Nui is the most populous and the land sweeps upwards to lush valleys and green mountain peaks. Tahiti Nui includes the city of Papeete which is ...
... number (Keep in mind there are 2 showings of each performance). We were supposed to also do Do You Wanna Dance but Lainie twisted her ankle so that got cancelled, HOLLER! That made our schedule so much better for all of us.
As for cruise staff, we had a few extra duties. There was a gingerbread house competition, cookie decorating, Christmas carols, and get-togethers for ages 18-20 year olds. There were more families and kids on this cruise than any of our others. In fact ...
Wow I haven't written in a while! First reason being that is has been the same ole’ each day- going to the same islands, eating the same food, performing the same shows, reading off the same trivia questions, etc. Each day is different with different conversations and feelings but overall it has just been some smooth sailing.
Well that is a lie, it actually got really rocky for a good few days and we had to change some of the lifts in "Motor City" as a ...
... coral reefs. Within the first 100 yards we found an interesting outcrop where another tourist was busy photographing the reef, and we noticed some wildlife perking it's head out. No, it wasn't a tropical fish, it was a massive Moray Eel!! These things are aggressive and have very prominent teeth. Unfortunately, we did not get any good pictures since it was just below the surface, and We could not get my GoPro in the water long enough to snap a ...