Tahiti Airport Motel

Address: PO Box 60113, Faa'a, Tahiti, Society Islands, 98702, French Polynesia | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located on PO Box 60113, Faa'a, is near Municipal Market, Point Venus, Fautaua Waterfall, and Maraa Grotto.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Tahiti Airport Motel Faa'a

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Travel Blogs from Faa'a

Wir versuchen uns als Stand-up Paddler

A travel blog entry by rahelundpeter on Mar 23, 2014

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Herrlich! Von den sich brechenden Wellen am Korallenriff draussen geweckt zu werden. Noch vor dem Frühstück versuchen wir uns als Stand-up-Paddler, was zu meiner Überraschung ziemlich gut gelingt. Schnorcheln und Fischefüttern (die gekaufte Avocado war nicht geniessbar) oder einfach so ein wenig im superwarmen Wasser herumplantschen...

Now we are on island time.

A travel blog entry by daveegray on Apr 18, 2014

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We arrived safely in Tahiti to be welcomed by some lovely locals singing and dancing in the traditional fashion, something I always enjoy when visiting any of the pacific islands. The flight itself was uneventful, the food was fairly standard (we got some kapiti ice cream so it was a success in my book) and the movie choice was great (Gravity and …

Ciao Südamerika

A travel blog entry by rahelundpeter on Mar 10, 2014

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Heute verabschieden wir uns definitiv von Südamerika. Irgendwie müssen
wir den Tag auf Easter Island noch „rumkriegen“, da unser Flug nach Tahiti erst
gegen Mitternacht geht. Netterweise dürfen wir unser Zimmer noch bis 21 Uhr
behalten (hat auch Vorteile, wenn neue Touristen ausschliesslich mit dem
gleichen Flieger …

2nd Stop - Papeete, Tahiti

A travel blog entry by pmnoyes on Sep 10, 2014

... ash. It also means most of the islands have a natural coral reef barrier all the way, or at least partially, around the island. This allows the sea surge to break a distance from the island proper, which protects the inhabitants and built up areas along the shore. ...

Kikinoo Cargo

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on May 09, 2014

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... horse's legs left the ground and I floated above the saddle. The guides said it was the first and last time they’d take that route as I contemplated the limits of my travel insurance.

I wanted my Daisy-Mae to see her Aunty again as I chanted ‘C’est bon c’est bon c’est bon’ descending 3 hours all the way from the top of the mountain in the middle of Ua Huka island down to the coast. I let my horse eat as many of the scattered mangoes as he ...