Pension Chayan

Address: PK 14 Vairao, Tahiti, Society Islands, French Polynesia | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on PK 14 Vairao, Tahiti, is near Municipal Market, Point Venus, Fautaua Waterfall, and Maraa Grotto.
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      Travel Blogs from Tahiti

      Papeete

      A travel blog entry by moleandplace on Aug 18, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... the crÍpe, obviously, something was lost in the translation as he said they don’t have crÍpe on the menu. It wasn’t the best meal, but it was good to eat off the ship. The good news was the wine was great.

      Nevertheless, it was a good day and night out and we were much more impressed with Papeete than we were last time.

      Looking forward to tomorrow, Moorea. We have booked a private tour to swim with the manta rays and reef sharks and BBQ lunch which should be ...

      Kikinoo Cargo

      A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on May 09, 2014

      66 photos

      ... the priest and chief would have lived and made sacrifices. Each sacred place would have been marked by a Banyan tree and several Tikis (humanlike stone carvings). The Banyan at this site was over 500 years old and contained the mummified skulls and the bones of Marqesans gone by, poked into its roots symbolising a continuation of life. Our guided tour around was punctuated by ripe breadfruit thwumping to the ground and the occasional woop of an endemic pigeon called ...

      Maruru - Tahitian for every greeting

      A travel blog entry by funlou22 on Apr 20, 2014

      104 photos

      ... doing the dorms as Tahiti is expensive but it really wasn't so bad in the huge converted loft.
      We explored the local beaches and had some amazing food in roadside Roulette's - which is restaurant quality food cooked in a van - and we were shocked, and delighted, to see how big the portions were! Yum!
      Over the next four days, we took many unreliable busses to different parts of the island, including the capital Papeete, which was ...

      Why do you want to move?

      A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Mar 23, 2014

      31 photos

      ... yes, you did. How long are you staying? Only one night? Why do you want to move?”

      “I paid for a deluxe so I’d like what I paid for please.”

      “Ok, I can move you.”

      Considering the place looked pretty empty I couldn’t see any move being an issue.

      Be careful for what you ask for though. Our new ‘deluxe’ room was like a Lego set that that had put together wrong. ...

      Day 207 - Crêpe de Nutella

      A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Mar 12, 2014

      20 photos

      ... most of the stalls were selling a mix of Chinese with Tahitian food. The rest of the space had crafts and also pearls. Elena completed her necklace there. I fell in love with a beautiful 120-pearl baroque necklace. I think John bought it for me secretly and he will probably give it to me for my Saint’s day. (No, no. It is a joke. I did not let him buy it. I regret it now)

      We end up eating at the park, ...