Devant à gauche, la 'Robert Wan' / Front left, the 'Robert Wan'

Last week in Tahiti

From July 14th to 21st, we were back in Tahiti. Thanks to Annie, the mother-in-law of Danièle, a former colleague of Lauriane, we had an accommodation close to the city centre and even had a car a tour disposal. During this week, we took advantage of the opportunity to go …

Musée Jacques Brel : Jojo, l'avion / Jacques Brel museum: Jojo, the plane

Hiva Oa

From July 8th to 14th, we were in Hiva Oa. When we arrived, we had a very warm welcoming: Gaëlle and Ani, …

Baie de Taioahe / Taioahe Bay

Nuku Hiva

From July 4th to 8th, we were in Nuku Hiva. Nuku Hiva is the biggest island in the Marquesas archipelago. On the …

Plongée passe Sud / Southern channel dive

Fakarava

From June 30th to July 3rd, we were in Fakarava. Fakarava is an atoll of the Tuamotu archipelago. Fakarava is part of …

Rangiroa

From June 24th to 30th, we were in Rangiroa. Rangiroa means ‘vast sky’. It is the largest atoll in the Tuamotus, and …

Bora Bora

From June 21st to 24th, we were in Bora Bora. Initially, the island was named Vavau. It was discovered by the sailor …

Maupiti

Maupiti

From June 16th to 21st, we were in Maupiti. Maupiti is a tiny island, the tour is only 10 km. It is …

Vue sur Taha'a de Raiatea / View on Taha'a from Radiate

Raiatea and Taha’a

From June 13th to June 16th, we were in Raiatea. Ra’iātea’s nickname is ‘the sacred island’. Ra’iātea’s name can be translated by …

Huahine

Huahine

On June 8th, we left Moorea to go to Huahine. Huahine is part of the Leeward islands in the Society archipelago. Its …

Vue du Belvédère de Moorea : mont Rotui au milieu, à gauche baie d'Opunohu, à droite baie de Cook

Moorea

On June 5th, Eline dropped us off at the airport on her way to work so we could catch our flight to …