Sofitel Tahiti Maeva Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSofitel Tahiti Maeva Beach Resort Faa'a
Quiet, spacious room. Soft, clean bed with good pillows. Weird shower head, otherwise no fault with the room. Breakfast divine!!
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... The temperature was in the high twenties at about 10.20pm! We were in line alongside the Tarmac (yes, still no aerobridges) and through a queue house for about an hour waiting to go through immigration. They had a cultural group singing and dancing to distract us all. After finally claiming our luggage and going through the non-existent customs, we walked outside and found our name on a board. We were draped with frangipani leis, given a booklet of vouchers and then ...
... Glücklicherweise war das Flugzeug nur halb voll und so konnte ich mich lang machen.
Nach insgesamt ca. 20 Std. Flugzeit und 4 Stunden Aufenthalt in L.A. bin ich um 21:40 Uhr Ortszeit in Papeete gelandet. Ich habe gleich ein Taxi genommen und hab mich ins Hotel fahren lassen. Ich habe auch mit Tom dem Kapitän von der Ketch Karaka telefoniert. Morgen früh werden sie von Morea nach Tahiti kommen um mich abzuholen.
... are known as fa'afafine. He was really sweet. Lunch itself was not included for us so we bought the same meal the others were having. It was, like everything in Tahiti, ridiculously expensive. A single plate of food with a bit of salad, a small amount of an ordinary chicken dish and another equally small amount of a variation of what we know as ika mata. Luckily this too small portion was served with beautiful red tuna instead of white fish like we’re ...
... and the whole heavy lump would have had me for certain. The fronds may be light, but the terminal is like a large heavy sharpened sledgehammer. Angela headed to a deckchair to recover...I on the other hand borrowed a snorkel and dove into the hotel's "Lagoonarium". This is a fabulous concept. An acre of water which is very deep and has artificial coral reefs (with real coral) and thousands of fish. The idea is apparently to help ...
Majestic peaks, dramatic deep valleys, crystal clear streams, soaring
waterfalls, rugged coastlines, fields of tropical flowers and
sparkling beaches. That is the description of Tahiti, the Queen of
the pacific. It is the largest island of French Polynesia, towering
over the ocean like a proud and royal Queen
Papeete is the Capital of Tahiti, boasting several world-class resorts, spas,
vibrant markets, and charming ...