Tiare Tahiti Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Tiare Tahiti Hotel Papeete
Travel Blogs from Papeete
... case and I just had to hold on. At the front of the bus I could see the young girl talking to another lady, pointing to me and then talking to Matty. After about 40 minutes the bus started emptying and Matty found his way over to me. The young girl got off and we thanked her as much as we could for getting us to this point. I did have a moment of panic though at realising that we were now on our own trying to find this place. It turns out that the young girl had asked the woman to ...
... br> The dark rainclouds that had been hanging over the mountains brought with it a tropical downpour, and we got drenched with Tahitian rain. Theo had his hat on, and I used a souveneir tray as a hat, but we still got soaked. We brought a couple of things at the market before going back on the ship, and then had happy hour, dinner and a went to a show before an having an early night in preparation for another big day tomorrow in ...
... had some great views and a notice telling us we were 6,000 km from Sydney and 3,900 km from Auckland! The tour was good and the drive from place to place allowed us to see some of the interior as well as the coastline. It's a very beautiful place! Surprisingly (given Papeete is so small), we got caught in a traffic jam on the way back to the ship - the guide said we'd be back at the ship in 10-15 mins and one hour later we got there!! ...
... to eat: tuna tartar with rice and pineapple for Amanda and a hamburger bourgoise with potato cakes rather than bread for me. At the airport we rearranged our bags and checked in. At security I was the one whose turn it was to be doubly checked out. The security guy ran his gloved hands over bits of my clothing, my hands and my bag. Then he did a test on the gloves to see if I had handled drugs or explosives, or whatever. A quick drink to use up ...
... took a whole leftover one home for lunch tomorrow. The place, like the island, was virtually empty. We lighted some anti mosquito coils and read. Amanda fell asleep under the half opened net, but I read until after eleven. The air wasn't moving. Dogs were barking, fish were jumping and the weather was hot. It rained off and on all night. The surf roared out on the reef, like motorway traffic or a tube train approaching down the tunnel in the distance. There's a pirogue race ...