We love to think that we sell travel experiences - not just trips. For the most part we do - when we talk to our customers, it's the experience they are looking for. But does buying "travel experiences" really make sense in the grand scheme of things?
This completes our series on the Paul Gauguin cruise of French Polynesia. The cruise is called Tahiti & the Society Islands and fittingly, we spent our last day in Tahiti.
This continues our series about our Paul Gauguin cruise. If you missed the rest, start reading here. Today, after getting off the ship, we spent a day at the Intercontinental Hotel in Moorea.
This is the second in our Paul Gauguin cruise series. The previous post was called "It can't get any better than this" because we kept saying that over and over on our first day. But we hadn't even left the hotel. On our second day, we toured Moorea in a 4x4 photo safari.
This post kicks off our series about our trip on Paul Gauguin's Tahiti & The Society Islands cruise. It's titled " How much better can it get?" because I kept saying this over and over during the first few days. So let me tell you why.