Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa
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Kurz bevor wir auf das Cruiseship gingen, haben wir unter uns unter Verwendung sämtlicher Promo-, Rabattcodes etc. der Internethotelplattformen „durchgerungen" eine Nacht in einem Overwaterbungalow auf Moorea zu buchen, da wir um den heutigen Flug nach Auckland zu erreichen nicht genug früh von Bord gehen konnten und der nächste Flug erst ü …
... is only one color after seeing the blue from that viewpoint. We were going to stop at the island’s largest grocery store, but it was closed for inventory, so we continued on to the non-touristy part of the island. Even though there are no beaches, the view as you drive is no less eye catching. Surf breaks on the reef or in some places, right on the cliff sides. Small homes can be seen along the road. Haapiti became the center of Catholic Missionary work after ...
... only passengers. After a 30 minute crazy drive he stopped and pointed towards the airport so we got off and went there. It was one of the smallest airports I've ever seen. And since we were quite early we had 5 hours to enjoy the atmosphere there :-) The main "building" was empty, no one there, "shops" closed as they only open the shops when they expect the tourists to arrive. So the only company we had were these lovely chickens... and a couple of cats.
... Queen Elizabeth in Wellington. That visitor is the Norovirus. We have gone to “Red Advisory Level” aboard QE with the following notice: “Over the last day, we have seen an increase in the number of reported cases of gastrointestinal illness which are strongly suggestive of Norovirus. We have been informed that Norovirus is currently circulating widely throughout United Kingdom/United States and we suspect that the ...
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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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