Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMoorea Pearl Resort & Spa Maharepa
We loved this hotel, very quiet beautiful property. Tahiti was expensive, but it was not the fault of the hotel! We walked to the grocery store and brought food and wine back to the pool with no concerns from hotel staff. Would gladly stay here again.
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Hier, le 14, nous n'avons rien fait : la bulle complète !
Aujourd'hui nous avons loué une Jeep locale ( chinoise ) pour faire le tour de l'île. Une vraie poubelle. Mais ça vaut quand même le coup.
... coral reefs. Within the first 100 yards we found an interesting outcrop where another tourist was busy photographing the reef, and we noticed some wildlife perking it's head out. No, it wasn't a tropical fish, it was a massive Moray Eel!! These things are aggressive and have very prominent teeth. Unfortunately, we did not get any good pictures since it was just below the surface, and We could not get my GoPro in the water long enough to snap a ...
... br> Today I need to talk to Kathie via Skype, but first I had some jobs that needed doing as she would not yet be awake. Inflating the dingy, adding some diesel fuel into the main tank from the jerry cans, and doing a fuel filter check. The latter due to the nagging concerns I had about the fuel I had picked up in Panama. Sure enough on draining a sample from the catchment bowl I found large amounts of contamination. If this had passed the ...
... There were loads of Mosquitos there. We had worn long trousers shoes and socks instead of shorts and sandals to protect ourselves from the Mosquitos and we were pleased we had done so. Barbara managed to be bitten once but Sue escaped without any bites. The temple remains consisted of a rectangle of low stone walls and apparently that was all there was. It was open without a roof. Close by to the temple itself was another low stone surrounded area which ...