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Travel Journals: Papeete, French Polynesia

Papeete, French Polynesia travel guide, information, journals, blogs, maps and photos.

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Left Holland today and arrived in San Francisco. Left for Kauai on the 19th. Spent about 5 nights there, had wonderful time on the many beaches including glass and barking sands beaches as well as driving around in our Mustang convertible. Also star ...

Member: Anoosha and Olaf
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Wish you were here?

Hi, After we left you on Monday afternoon we took a walk from our hotel down to the Tulum ruins on the beach. We didn't have the place to ourselves like at Chichen Itza unfortunately but most of the tour buses had departed. The ruins are of a Mayan...

Member: Kate and Jonny
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Not the best night’s sleep, as our vast amount of mozzie bites kept us wake. The temperature barely drops at all at night, in fact it feels hotter when it rains – certainly more humid. We woke at about 3.30 feeling really hot and sticky but managed to ...

Member: Graham
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New Zealand & Australia '06-'07

South Island consisted of Sailing adventures in Abel Tasman, Pancake rocks, dancing on bars, Hiking up a glacier in the middle of a rainforest, Karaoke in the middle of nowhere, BUNGEE in Queenstown, Cruising Milford Sound, Stewart Island (next stop An...

Member: Terri
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The Pacific, NZ and a tiny bit of Oz

Dunedin is a nice but fairly quiet town. We found the world's steepest street - Badwin st and drove to the top and held our breath on the steep descent! Then we drove out to the Otago peninsula and visited Larnach Castle - New Zealand's only castle. ...

Member: Chris and Aine
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Circumnavigation 2005

The sharp peaked Southern Alps gave way to rolling hills and massive lakes as we drove through Haast Pass on our way to Wanaka. It's amazing how each lake and river has it's own unique color, from the milky gray of glacial run-off to the melted raspber...

Member: Melissa
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Tahiti Yes so even though I have not been granted a visa to actually enter the islands (according to the French embassy I am not a resident of any country at the moment, yeah nice!) I still had to make a stop there for a couple of hours. So my T...

Member: Conli
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The Big Oh-Eee

I drank more Guinness than I have ever even SEEN in my life, but it would be rude to go to Dublin and not have one! Plus it was the cheapest drink in every pub which is the main reason we kept drinking it rather than switching to something else! ...

Member: Kirianna
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Round the World Trip 2006/07

We arrived in La Paz on Thursday afternoon. It is absolute mayhem here! Buses, taxis, combis and people everywhere. Crossing the road is a challenge in itself. We went to an Asian restaurant for our farewell meal on Thursday night. Having not had a cur...

Member: Paul
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