Hotel Maitai Bora Bora
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Breakfast on the balcony of the room overlooking the lagoon.
The water is turquoise.electric blue and blue.
we could see the Intercontinental Hotel from afar.
Walk to the grocery to buy baguette and sardines..our breakfast.
Walk to the beach of the hotel and saw the hotels over the water bungalows.
walk to the Intercon Hotel and …
Bought bread from the nearby Shell station grocery..Ate in the room.
Walk to the nearby public market of the city.Had croissant,chicken bun,chinese egg roll and singkamas.
Walk to the harbor an saw a big tiki.
Walk to the cathedral,Bougainville park.
Not much people ,it is a Sunday.
Took a taxi to the bus to the airport.--cheap …
... about 6 weeks now. The challenge is to find an English
computer in French Polynesia..
Papeete is a little like Surfers Paradise – tourist targeting from all levels - street
stalls to high-end pearl shops; all expensive and a lot of noise
In the meantime, domestics to be done…..
17 July - 2 August 2013 - Port of Papeete - Tahiti - Nui . French Polynesia
Actually we don't get away from Port Phaeton as ...
... or chicken. They start you with a salad and bread before bringing the entree cooked to order. The chef literally takes the fish from the table and cooks it right there-- and interesting set up but our meals were great. I had a seared tuna steak that was probably a pound and Jami enjoyed a two kabobs of tuna and shrimp with lots of veggies. Back to our bungalow after dinner for a little R&R... So far so good for paradise- this place is living up to what I thought it would ...
... shopping. We had dinner in one of the alternative restaurants, La Veranda. The menu here changes every 5 days. The food was excellent—tuna sashimi 3 ways, leek terrine with shrimp, a choice of lamb or fish and a fruit compote with vanilla sauce. After dinner we took a tender into town to attend the Hieva. This cultural event occurs once a year. Originally a celebration of Bastille Day, it is now a 2 month long celebration. We just happened to be in port on one of ...