Hotel Bellevue

Address: PK 5, Maroe bay, P.O. BOX 21, Huahine, Society Islands, 98731, French Polynesia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on PK 5, Maroe bay, P.O. BOX 21, Huahine.
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Travel Blogs from Huahine

Another quiet day at Vahine

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Apr 21, 2014

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I got up before 7. Bob was up shortly before 7:30. Another beautiful, and warm, day on Vahine.

After the very nice breakfast, Bob and I took a walk in the shallow water from the other side of the island all the way back to our side. The water was very refreshing and it was more clear than around the bungalows.We walked around the rocks and some corals in the shallow water, did not see much fish at all. I brought my snorkel mask with me ...

Off the ship, arrived at Vahine island

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Apr 19, 2014

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... for a while. There was a nice hammock there and I enjoyed lying in it. Bob then took a long nap, while I walked to the office and got a USB thumb drive which had English movies. Oh, the wifi works well here, but there was only 1 TV in the public area that has channels. The TVs in the room do not have reception so we can watch movies from the thumb drive only.

Dinner was at 7. Oh, the chef was Lori's husband and he's pretty good. We had a big dinner and nowhere to walk it off :-( Oh ...

How much is that hottie under water?

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Mar 28, 2014

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... pontoon.

As soon as we stepped onto it we could see the sharks, and the rest of the fish.

We both have to say this will be one of those moments we’ll remember for the rest of our lives. With just snorkels on we jumped into the water and moved along a rope anchored just off the pontoon. We kind of all lined up and then Claude joined us and started feeding the sharks.
Watch the videos. At one point I looked up and realised ...

Living the dream in Tahiti, Moorea and Raiatea...

A travel blog entry by conchwillow on Jul 13, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... be a “Pacific Man o’ War”, blown in from its normal hunting ground of the high seas by good old Cyclone Marlon. Known in Australia, where they are quite common, as a “blue-bottle” or “marine stinger” their sting is extremely painful and one specialist website advises as follows…

“If the sting is severe, seek medical attention. Keep the victim calm and watch for signs of shock ...

...the real polynesian life ...

A travel blog entry by usupandaway on Jul 31, 2012

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... all the precious fat coconut milk! you will need probably 2-3 nuts, so after cooking you have some milk left for your morning coffee!! Back to our favourite dish! Most of the time Poisson cru is made with fresh tuna but generally you can choose your preferred fish yourself. In the Tuamotus it's often made with parrot fish, it can be made with jack fish, halibut, marlin, snapper or salmon. So here it is, how to make: Poisson Cru 1/2 kilo - 750 gram kilo fresh (red ...

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