Petit Hotel Fare Vai Nui
Travel Blogs from Uturoa
... which is tuna marinated in lime juice and fresh coconut. He put the cubed raw tuna in a wooden bowl shaped like a canoe. He then added lime juice, salt, vegetables and then showed us how to husk a coconut. After it was husked, he demonstrated how to open one. He let the water inside out and then grated some on a grater board. He took some he already had grated and put it in a cloth and squeezed the coconut milk out of it. He served it with some BBQ chicken, saffron rice and salad. ...
... after maybe 30-40 minutes I was asked to see the doctor who was french but spoke english a little bit so we both could combine french and english. He prescribed some antibiotics and 2 other kinds of pills, I picked them up in the nearby pharmacy and happily waited for the Pension manager to take us back to the Pension. So we packed our stuff had some leftovers from breakfast that the lovely Pension staff ...
... Tahitian word for “hello”…we were instantly welcomed by the Four Seasons staff and garlanded with heavenly scented frangipani.
The luggage happily made it (always a relief) and was carried off and to us by hand!
Our private boat awaited us and four staff attending to our every possible need, escorted us across the water to the resort, the 15 mins passing all too quickly.
It is virtually impossible ...
... as well as his ex-wife, Kristin, provided daily updates. On July 25, at 5:22 PM Mama Jean decided that it was time to leave the disease and confusion of her body and did this peacefully.
She is and will be missed.
Most of the stories we send are about life in different parts of the world or adventure. It is times like this that being closer might have made it easier in that we could have been ...
... we had checked out of French Polynesia, we decided to make one additional stop under the radar of customs and immigration. There is a small island named Maupiti which lies 30-miles west of Bora Bora. Generally the ocean swell makes entrance into this lagoon dangerous, but weather was in our favor so we took advantage of this.
Stunning only begins to describe the colors of the lagoon and motus that surround Maupiti. The whole area looks like ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility