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Honeymoon Travel - Manihi Tahiti Romantic Activity
One of the most unique activities to enjoy in Manihi is to watch the sunset. The sun sets on the opposite side of the island than where the Pearl Resort is located. You can borrow a bike from the resort, pedal along the deserted runway and arrive on a deserted beach on the west side of the island. How often do you get to bike on a runway?
The sunsets are unbelievable! Every few minutes the colors changed from orange to pink to a final dark blue. This is a romantic moment for honeymooners to enjoy and remember forever. Call me so that I can price out your romantic honeymoon to
Tahiti and her islands. 1-800-691-0243. I also price match others quotes. Talk to someone that has been there and knows!
Honeymoon Travel - Communication Tip
Language is powerful. It can build up fortress like relationships and tear down the most stable ones. There are seven magical words that if said frequently will go a long way in creating a loving relationship. The question is “Do you use them?” These words are: please, thank you, you’re welcome and I’m sorry.
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Honeymoon Travel - Tahiti Overwater Bungalow
I specialize in romantic travel. I found
French Polynesia to have incredible scenery and fantastic properties. The first thing I learned was the difference between shallow overwater bungalows and deep overwater bungalows. The shallow ones are in about 3-5 feet of water. Most have sandy bottoms which means not much marine life below them. The shallow water bungalows on Tikehau had a reef under them. I was able to see all sorts of colored fish by taking left over rolls from my meals and throwing bits in the water. I even saw an octopus and shark in these waters. This made it even better to watch the fish from my deck! The deep water bungalows are at the edge of the lagoon. It is where the shallow water dramatically drops off to deeper depths. This is where you will see an abundance of marine life.
I was able to visit
Tahiti , Moorea, Taha'a and
Bora Bora in the Society Archipelago. I also got to visit Manihi and Tikehau in The Tuamotus. My favorite island is
Bora Bora . Although every island was wonderful,
Bora Bora had the stunning views and breath taking colors! The Society Archipelago has the more mountainous islands which means more rain and more foliage. The Tuamotus are flat and have less rain with more low lying foliage.
I try to have my clients sample each by visiting both when they go to
Tahiti . Although officially called
French Polynesia , they are mostly refered to as
Tahiti . The islands are half way between
California and . It only takes an 8 hour flight from LA to be in paradise.
Call me today to have me create an individual itineray for your honeymoon. 1-800-691-0243
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Honeymoon Travel - Romantic Provence Restaurant
There’s a wonderful young chef here in St. Remy, David Catena, who owns a small charming restaurant called La Forge. David is classically trained and worked in a number of Michelin-starred restaurants around before deciding to come home to St. Remy and open his own place.
Rather than focus on the classic Provencal dishes that so many other local restaurants serve—or a traditional menu based on starters and main courses--David decided to serve tapas, featuring ingredients and flavors from around the world. He also serves one set menu of more traditional dishes each evening: three courses for around 20 €, which is very good value for money. My friends and I eat at La Forge once or twice a week.
The tapas at La Forge are priced at just 3.50 € each. Three of them, with a basket of warm bread—and a glass, bottle or a carafe of wine--make a lovely meal. There are as many as 15 tapas on the menu each evening and the selection changes constantly, depending on what's in season or what strikes David's fancy at the market. The wine selection is carefully edited, mostly regional and very reasonably priced. The room itself is classically Provencal, with thick stone walls, exposed beams, tile-topped tables and lots of flickering candles.
La Forge is a wonderful option for your clients who want to eat lightly, casually, quickly or inexpensively. It's also a great choice for a romantic evening or a family gathering. Private parties and groups are welcome. La Forge serves dinner only, beginning at 8 p.m, and is closed Tuesdays. Lunches can be arranged for groups. Reservations are suggested for larger parties but are not required. The restaurant is located right in the village, a quick walk from many of the most-popular hotels. Parking is on the street or in nearby lots. Catering is also available.
If you have clients coming to St. Remy or to nearby towns, I hope you’ll encourage them to try La Forge. David speaks some English and his server, Philippe, speaks it well. A good time to call is after 7 p.m., time (1 p.m. in
New York ). David and his wife are expecting their first child any day and it’s a busy time for them. So feel free to also contact me if you have any questions. The restaurant business is quite tough here and La Forge deserves to succeed!
Restaurant La Forge,5, ave. de la Liberation (D99, also known as the Route de Cavaillon),13210 St. Remy de Provence, France ,Phone from US : 011-33-4 90-92-31-52 , Phone from FR : 04-90-92-31-52
Contributed by:Julie Mautner
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