Pension Chayan

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

    Blackpool ?

    A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Mar 19, 2015

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    ... plus a pineapple pasty and a satsuma. Thought it best to order supper here tonight. We could hear the sound of fire-truck sirens all day as they coped with flooding and wind damage. So, today we have found and booked one night in Las Vegas, four nights in San Francisco and two nights in Los Angeles. Henderson, Height Ashbury and West Hollywood near Grauman's Chinese Theatre respectively. Plus the hire car for the San Francisco to LA trip. We thought we'd just do ...

    Time Travelling in Tahiti

    A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on Feb 13, 2015

    20 photos

    ... Point Venus where the 1st Europeans landed in Tahiti. I got to see a series of waterfalls and caves that were really interesting as well as some nice gardens and black sand beaches as well as a hilltop view of the sunset. The next day I went to the Museum of Tahiti and her islands which was an interesting way to spend half a day. So as you can see I did manage to enjoy a series of activities in Tahiti. The only real shame was that although the weather ...

    Day 3 - Papeete to Bora Bora (St Regis Resort)

    A travel blog entry by rod.muller on Dec 11, 2014

    16 photos

    Our first day in paradise 16 degrees south of the equator and 28 degrees celcius and we have gained a day by crossing the international date line during our flight last night.

    An early start this morning rising at 6.00am as we opened our curtains to an amazing view of the pool and the ocean (very tropical). We headed down to breakfast but were very disappointed with the food, the eggs tasted like powder and the sausages were like bullets but the ...


    A travel blog entry by moleandplace on Aug 18, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... for dinner – we had to taste test a couple of beers before a decision. The weather was good, hot and overcast with a couple of light rainfalls.

    Dinner was a bit of an experience. The four of us thought that with the Papeete’s French influence a savoury crÍpe would be nice. So we all ordered a shrimp and mushroom "crepe" from the menu. However, when they arrived there was no crÍpe, just shrimp, mushrooms and a mountain of lettuce. When we asked the waiter what ...

    All I do is win win win no matter what!

    A travel blog entry by spenny_stubbs on Aug 03, 2014

    ... climate, beautiful women and a landscape that is both imposing but peaceful. The people of these islands are quite happy too, and they have plenty to be happy about. Although these people aren't rich they are very well provided for by the French government. I can't say to what extent they are subsidized here, but everyone is well fed, has housing and other luxuries that would otherwise be unattainable for them if these islands were self sustaining. That's not to say ...