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Still Fr.Polynesia

[!--RETRO--> Arrived in Papeete,capital of Tahiti,the largest island in French Polynesia.It is a self-governing Fr.region.I took a tour called "In Paul Gauguin's Footsteps"We visited the Gauguin museum,4 buildings in a square where one walks in the open to each one.All the original art is locked...

permalink written by  edoyle on February 20, 2011 from Papeete, French Polynesia
from the travel blog: World Cruise



Tahiti

Tahiti is much more populated than Moorea and Bora Bora, but, like them, the Interior is mostly uninhabited.

permalink written by  rcodel on January 29, 2011 from Papeete, French Polynesia
from the travel blog: World Cruise - 2011



The Society Islands

Tour "In Paul Gauguin's Footsteps"Tahiti is the largest island in Fr.Polynesia and they use the Polynesian franc.It is a self-governing French region. Visited the Gauguin museum and the house he built and where he died.The museum is a series of small buildings in a square.Because of the heat...

permalink written by  edoyle on January 29, 2011 from Papeete, French Polynesia
from the travel blog: World Cruise



Going to tahiti

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permalink written by  dudesontour on November 7, 2009 from Papeete, French Polynesia
from the travel blog: dudesontour's Travel Blog



Fly by Tahiti

July 12 Yep thats right we actually made it Tahiti. Only a quick stop to re-fuel and we didn't actually get off the plane.

permalink written by  James & Tracey on July 11, 2007 from Papeete, French Polynesia
from the travel blog: James & Tracey World Tour



Bora Bora

Being in Bora Bora Island is about experiencing nature's beauty at its best. I can never forget the captivating view of the Island on our way going there. The Island is perfect for couples looking for a romantic getaway. The crystal blue lagoon is just so alluring that you want to immerse in...

permalink written by  On Foot on February 26, 2007 from Papeete, French Polynesia
from the travel blog: On Foot



French all the way

Our family, grandmother, grandfather (me), daughter, son-in-law, grand son (age 20) and grand daughter (age 18) were all booked in minimum guarantee cabins, category F, but we were all moved (three cabins) to category C which is outside with a balcony. Beautiful facilities but even the category...

permalink written by  GoGoTraveler on May 22, 2002 from Papeete, French Polynesia
from the travel blog: Radisson Surprise



What happend to Rarotonga???

Well I'm a little bit upset because it wouldn't let me add Rarotonga, capital of the Cook Islands, as one of my travel locations. Hmmmph! So I'm going to devote the first bit of the Tahiti blog to the Cook Islands. First of all the Cooks are absolutely gorgeous, very serene, quiet, friendly,...

permalink written by  Amber on February 9, 1999 from Papeete, French Polynesia
from the travel blog: The Day My Toothbrush Turned Blue and Other Tales from the South Pacific



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