Pension les 3 cascades
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... manta ray, it was picnic time. Patrick took us to the picnic site, which was actually his family land, right next to the 4 Season's hotel. His family had been preparing the lunch which was a Polynesian feast! We had barbecued tuna, 3 different kinds; roasted suckling pig; roasted bread fruit, taro root, plantain, banana, etc. etc. Patrick gave us a quick introduction of the Polynesian custom before we started the lunch. The plate we used was made ...
... to Canada. Today....we are high rollers, staying in a overwater bungalow in Bora Bora, one of the worlds most expensive and amazing travel destinations.....tomorrow, we are broke, homeless and unemployed 30year olds living in our parents basement. What a difference 24hrs can make. We are also going from sunshine and 30 degree weather to...sunshine and -30 degree weather....which I guess is sort of the same, if you ignore the little minus sign. But we don't want to think about ...
... the peak period for sailing. Cruisers from all
over the world are passing through now on big superyachts to our size to even
smaller. We catch up with Dutch boat "Duende" - Brahm, Vivien and little Flora / American boat- "Just Drifting"/ Aussie boat "Pacific Flyer", our
usual kid boats etc etc. Everyone passing through and running out of visa!
Three months is just not long enough. Finally, computer deal - check! Fridge regassed - check! ...
... designed monster belonging to a Russian billionaire and which closely resembled a nuclear submarine. The very same yacht would turn up some weeks later in Auckland Harbour where our friend Annie spied it and gave us even more background info on the oligarchical owner. I have to say the interior shots proved once again that money does not necessarily buy taste.
Soon Moorea loomed up in front of us with its towering peaks, ...
... NW of Tahiti. During WW2, 5000 American troops were sent here to establish a supply base for materials enroute to the Soloman Islands. They built a wharf at Farepiti and the airstrip and it was used as a major refueling stop on the supply line. Cannon were placed on overlooks in case the Japanese arrived—they never did. Vaitape is the only town and the location of the tender drop off for cruise ships. We made sure we were on the first tender for our pre-arranged ...