Tiare Tahiti Hotel
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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... just live off half a pack of noodles for 5 days... Apparently. The old lady had told us there was a little shop 200 m walk from where we were so we were heading there for bread and jam. Just as we were about to start making a move to the shop, we suddenly turned from being in paradise to a work site. A hammer drill, Jack hammer, rip saw and grinder suddenly took paradise to anything but. We came out of our bungalow and saw the reality of what was covered in darkness the ...
Sunday 26th April, Day 9 at sea.
The rough seas seem to be behind us, but the skies are still grey and overcast. We woke this morning hoping to see some blue sky, but this was not to be. There was low cloud and drizzle all day, although it is not cold, it is about 21 degrees. After a late breakfast, we went to the screening of a movie, The Imitation Game in the theatre, and then had a light lunch mid-afternoon. In between ...
... money, a wait, and then we boarded. Same plane, different seats, so table etc. worked properly. After an hour we were served some wine and dinner. We only ate the pasta main dish. The food on AirTahiti isn't the best in the world. From midnight until 3.45 we dozed and maybe slept a bit, and then it was time for breakfast: a crepe with fruit and yoghurt, croissant, juice, coffee. With three hours time change we landed at 9.00 local time, a bit jet ...
Up at 8.00 and prepare to hitch the 25k to the Lagoonarium. However Emeric was dropping his wife and daughter off halfway and so gave us a lift. Car parks next to churches were filling up with worshippers. We waited at the roadside only a couple of minutes before a woman stopped and gave us a lift to a supermarket near the little port, where we searched for a sandwich but only found a croissant for breakfast. However outside there was a coffee stall so we had a coffee and bought ...
... were lots of interesting things on offer, including baguettes filled with frites mixed with with chicken, pork, sausage, fish etc..I could now understand the ample size of some of the locals. A pleasant little cafe where we had a cappuccino, and an ice cream counter as well. We wandered until we came to a park on the west end of the waterfront where we ate our sandwich and a couple of ripe bananas, given to Amanda by a stallholder just like at ...