Sofitel Tahiti Maeva Beach Resort
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... that the locals apparently boil for eight hours to make a marmalade/jam. We stopped at a causeway above a small dam into which a pretty decent waterfall was dropping that was full of huge eels.
One of the issues that Eric and every other tour operator in Tahiti has is that if they are just a driver with a 4wd truck/van (without a guide) they are not allowed to talk to us while they drive, even using a headset. So they have to stop every time they ...
... went really quickly no stamps in passport this team and there was one queue for EU citizens and one for others which felt a bit weird being in the middle of the pacific but the Polynesians are a collectivity of France and thus French citizens. The friendly pension owner picked us up and we got a nice flower necklace...after a steep drive up the hill we arrived at the place and I went straight to bed as next morning there was a 7.40 flight to ...
... and helping the athletes do as well as they could. After the competition finished we returned to the hotel. From the bus taking us home we spotted a restaurant just around the corner that has been shut for the last couple of nights so decided to go back there for dinner. We have been quite frugal the last couple of days having dinner at Les Roulottes at the waterfront last night( yes, I spelt them wrongly in the last blog) and having a $2 ham baguette shared between us for ...
... dozens of Tahiti Pearl shops. The people are very friendly. Temp: 90+ degrees.
So, that's about it. After showers and an air-conditioned nap back in our room, we're about to venture out in search of dinner. The food trucks on the waterfront have been recommended, so we'll probably try that.
All our travel, lodging and excursion bookings have played out without a hitch. How boring it would be without a snag, huh?!
... the island we headed to New Zealand. But before we get there we must pass through the international dateline and lose an entire day. This imaginary line separates two consecutive days. Without the international date line travelers going westward would discover that when they returned home, one day more than they thought had passed, even though they had kept carefully tally of the days. This first happened to Magellan’s crew after the first circumnavigation of the ...
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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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