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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaaroa Lodge Papeete
as title, acceptable price (everything in Tahiti is so expensive!!). the host is very nice and helpful. they have a beach behind, kayaking equipment are free to use. very nice!!!!
the only problem is there are lots of mosquitoes!!! get your repellent and cream to sooth the itchiness
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I will detail our daytrips from the cruise in different blogs as they are all deserving of their own, so don’t think that we didn’t get off the boat, because we did, when we absolutely had to!
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