Tahiti Lagoon Getaway 1: Living on a Boat in Vaira’o

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10 Responses

  1. Mel says:

    I loved reading about life on a sailboat from your perspective! Tahiti and that lagoon sound magical and I can’t wait to go.

    • Teja says:

      I’m so glad! I took to it straight away (at least, without actually sailing).

      I heard that Tahiti had opened up some weeks back, but then I also saw that French Polynesia’s covid cases are rising fast in the global stats table. Unfortunately it may be best to travel virtually through blog stories for a while longer. :(

  2. Nancy Hann says:

    Wow! I love finding unique Airbnb experiences and you found an awesome one. I might have a hard time initially with the slowdown, but it’s something that I think we all need at times, whether we know it or not. Thanks for sharing all the beauty and practicality of your stay.

    • Teja says:

      I hope you’re adjusting well now. I agree, while the slowdown feels difficult, I think that the frenetic pace we were at before is actually the unhealthy pace.

      Airbnb gets a lot of flak, and for reasons I personally do empathise with. But on the other hand, you can use it in such a way as to avoid its negative effects on city rent and find unique ways to be hosted.

  3. Ophelie says:

    I am SO amazed by your experience on the boat! The water is so clear, the sunsets look to die for and the ambiance is so peaceful! What a nice way to relax and enjoy daily life! Loved the videos you shared!

  4. Alma says:

    Loved this! Reminds me of the times we spent on a catamaran around Madagascar and Comores. It definitely spoils you for a while from other destinations and accommodations!

    • Teja says:

      Exactly! I wonder where I should look if all I want are easy sails where you’re left mostly alone to enjoy the surroundings. Even liveaboards seem like they feel they need to pack in the days with ‘activities’.

  5. Emma says:

    Wow, this looks like such an amazing experience. I can’t believe how clear the water is and how gorgeous those views are. I would definitely love to wake up to this beautiful place

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