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Sail away to paradise - on a ship carrying bulldozers and brake pads

It’s a tropical cruise with a difference – because, as well as other passengers, you’ll be sailing along with dried coconut meat, brake pads and even bulldozers. 208 more words


The Long Farewell To Adventure

We woke up early on our last morning in Bora, had breakfast, and then swam outside our bungalow until it was nearly time to check out. 815 more words

Foreign Travel

Papeete, French Polynesia

“We could go to London?” said my husband.  “How about Mexico?” I countered.
“How about Tahiti?”

“Yes, I think I could go to Tahiti.” … 304 more words


Escape to...Le Méridien Tahiti | Papeete, Tahiti

With its typical Polynesian Architecture and unique location on the island, Le Méridien Tahiti is the perfect place to stay in French Polynesian and awake your sense. 162 more words


Tahiti Island Tour

Exploring Tahiti From a Cruise Ship On Your Own

P&O Arcadia arrived in Papeete, Tahiti of the windward islands in French Polynesia on a rainy February day. 1,542 more words


French Polynesia: the most beautiful country in the world..?

People playing the ukulele as you walk by in the street…
Women wearing colourful sarongs and flowers in their hair…
Locals calling out “bonjour” as you pass… 1,220 more words

French Polynesia

The Ebb-Tide by Robert Louis Stevenson (1894)

This is a blisteringly fierce novel, an intensely bitter and realistic depiction of the low-life criminality, desperate psychology and violence of white trash in the South Seas of the 1890s, which is also charged with a peculiarly epic and symbolic feel. 6,286 more words