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To our amazement our team is holding down third place at the moment which
isn't a bad effort. There are 39 teams
in all participating in this game.
four swimming pools on board, (five if you count the children's wading pool)
which means plenty of room for all those who partake.
Being out of
school holidays and I guess being a fairly long cruise there are only ...
... upwards of $800 per night. But both Hotels.com and Agoda listed some pensions for less than $200 per night. One, called Le Perle de Tahaa, looked pretty good, so we booked it through Agoda. This past Wednesday evening, the teacher asked the professor if Le Perle de Tahaa was right on the water? Well, turns out it is on the water, but...surprise, not on Bora Bora. Come to find out Tahaa is an island of its own, not too far from Raietea, but at least 70 miles or so from Bora Bora, with ...
... salaire minimum. Au prix des chambres d'hôtel (jusqu'à 4000$ la nuitée) y a quelqu'un qui s'en met dans les poches. Deux problèmes sociaux graves vécus ici, c'est l'alcoolisme et la drogue. Le problème est amplifié par le fait qu'il n'y a aucun service ni pour un ni pour l'autre. La drogue est même rendu dans les écoles. Les AA auraient du travail à faire ici. Je continue à admirer et même à m'extasier devant ...
Bora Bora is an island paradise, surrounded by a shallow reef and the bluest water I have ever seen. The island is completely surrounded by reef and some of the reef has built up over Millenia to allow habitation. Many of the islands expensive hotels are located on these reefs and the huts are built on stilts with glass bottom floors. Very, very expensive! Max was our local tour guide and he was accompanied by his brother and sister. Max was very lively and sang and fooled ...
... However, Papeete is definitely Polynesian! If the pearl shops and coconut trees do not give it away then the people certainly do! On my only full day in Papeete, I focused on wandering around the town, visiting the pearl museum, which was really interesting and free, the local market and the cute, little park alongside the harbour. (http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attractio ns-g294352-Activities-Papeete_Tahiti_So ciety_Islands.html). As I was feeling a lot better, I was ...