Pension Papahani

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

    Glass Bottom Boat

    A travel blog entry by shannonmac on Oct 25, 2014

    5 photos

    ... memorials for
    passed away loved ones in people’s yards all over the place. He also said some
    people bury them inside in their dining room!
    They take out a part of the cement from the floor and bury them there
    and then put a picture on the wall above.

    I find it fascinating and very foreign. I also think it is
    crazy that so many people spend their vacations and honeymoons here in Bora
    Bora or some of these islands but the people are not nice. ...


    A travel blog entry by shannonmac on Oct 24, 2014


    ... running constantly and I can barely fall asleep at night. Last night I was in bed for at least two hours before I actually fell asleep. And now I am exhausted and all I want to do is take a nap here on my time off but then that will hinder my sleep tonight. It is just frustrating and I am sick of the advice people give me on how to fall asleep- I’ve tried it.
    Again, I love the shows and I have met some amazing people. ...

    So Much

    A travel blog entry by shannonmac on Oct 15, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... is always chatting up a storm. We walked over there and Natalie
    ordered a crepe. There was a couple from Paris with the cutest 18 month baby
    girl that Yonni was poking and talking to in French, there were also a few other
    people seated at the tables. We stayed for a while and talked, Yonni is just so
    entertaining. And we found out that about 1,200 people live here at Riatea..
    AKA my the population of my high school.

    The owner of the van ...

    Glass bottom boat adventure

    A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Sep 29, 2014

    14 photos

    ... water was salty, and I just couldn't get into the rhythm of breathing with the snorkel and enclosed mask, so I didn't get far.
    My old fear of getting out of my depth didn't help, so I went ashore and left Paul to happily splash round.

    By 2pm I was ravenous, so suggested to the others we might head back to the ship.

    Another lovely day ended in Polynesia with 5 more days at sea before our next port of Lautoka


    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 ...