Chez Froriette

Address: Vaiea, Maupiti, Society Islands, 98732, French Polynesia | Pension
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Travel Blogs from Maupiti

Un paradis? Pas tout a fait; Paradise?not entirely

A travel blog entry by maa3 on Sep 01, 2015

5 comments, 7 photos

... work fot the minimum salary. The price of hotel rooms being what it is ( up to 4 000$ per night) someone is surely loading his or her wallet. Two major social problems plague this island: alcoholism and drugs. The problems are amplified by the fact that there are no services or organization to help the victims. The AA would have alot of work here. I carry on, admiring and even raving over the beaty of the sea. Tomorrow it's back to Tahiti and the last day in French ...

Bora Bora

A travel blog entry by ijulie on Aug 24, 2015

... nurse sharks. We were first allowed to swim with the black tip sharks and that was fun, but max then took us further along to the biggest pool where the lemon, and grey nurse sharks were swimming. Warning us not to touch the lemon sharks (as if we would!) max took us into the pool. Most of the sharks here were at least 2m long and didn't seem at all bothered by us swimming amongst them. Max and MooMoo, his sister, would grab the grey nurse by the fin as it swam past and ...

Tues., Aug. 11: Bora Bora (day #1 of 2)

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Aug 11, 2015

11 photos

... to the coaster, was affixing this very thin paper towel substance, to a cardboard back. This was done with a heavy piece of cellophane tape. It was at this point that David totally lost it. He wanted to add a thicker leaf border around the edge of his "trash can" design. Try as he might, he could not get this stubborn leaf to stick, no matter how many different ways he folded it. "Glue", he said. "I need glue.." Our instructor heard his plea and brought him ...

The Start Of A French Polynesian Paradise

A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on Jun 19, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... amongst native Polynesians, because it is viewed as a very authentic island, barely touched by tourists, which is very true. You even have to land on a separate motu to the main island as the island is too small for a runway! I had booked to stay five days at Tautiare Village Pension, which was an excellent choice as the owners were fantastic, which really makes a difference on a small island! ( ). My first challenge in Maupiti was ...

Day 11

A travel blog entry by gypsydi on Sep 20, 2014

Sailed from Bora Bora to Maupiti and just as were coming up to the lagoon entrance we spotted whales breaching. Some got off the boat hoping to swim with them. A cat and mouse game happened and then we sailed into the lagoon. Moored and had yummy lunch. 4 of us went onto the island and saw the stone carvings. Then found a really unusual house that had been created with coral and shells and met a very unusual ...