Tiare Tahiti Hotel
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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Travel Blogs from Papeete
... and he shook his head and pointed to my phone. I tried to explain as best as I could that my phone was from the UK and didn't work here. I think he understood as he got his phone out. At the same time another rep person had approached Matty and was trying to ask him where we were staying. As I had the piece of paper, Matty had no clue so had pointed her in my direction. The two reps spoke and then the woman phoned the hotel. It turns out the people we were staying with had ...
... the best of the ports we were to visit, and we soon found that to the contrary. It is a beautiful walking port. We were not disappointed, although we did find ourselves doing the “shade to shade” trot.
Along the way we (I) cooled my heels at the Bougainville Park where some of the more “inexpensive pearls” and goods could be bargained for. Moving to the waterfront paths and trails, it became obvious that the government had ...
... left the crew mutinied. Today, Papeete is the center of the governmental, commercial, industrial, and financial services. The main industry here is tourism and is one of the most expensive islands. The ship is docked right in the downtown area and the shops are an easy walk from the ship. The island is very, very lush and tropical in appearance, with a lot of palm trees. The mountains have many shades of green in them. Houses and apartment buildings are built right into ...
Tahiti is the largest of the 131 islands of French Polynesia and is, of course, famous as the location of Mutiny of the Bounty. It consists of two islands joined by a narrow isthmus. It's volcanic, surrounded by coral reefs and lagoons and its tallest mountain is 2241 metres high. So, as in Rarotonga, the scenery is pretty impressive.
In addition to Captains Cook and Bligh, Gaugin, Somerset Maughan and Louis de ...
... PK 35 we stopped at another small spring that runs into the sea. Boys were surfing while we sat at a table and eat lunch in the shade of a tree, watched by a hopeful dog who has swum across to beg. Amanda and I shared a plastic container of salad and raw tuna, with a baguette and a bun made of bread with meat in the middle, in this case Cochin, which is baked without browning the bread. It's like a big white donut with meat. Ok. Next some gardens, started about a century ...