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Cook's Bay
Moorea
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Cook's Bay
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HILTON MOOREA - Suite bedroom
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HILTON MOOREA - Beach
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HILTON MOOREA - Swimming Pool
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HILTON MOOREA - Rotui Restaurant
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HILTON MOOREA LAGOON RESORT - Beach
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Painapoo Road
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Hilton Moorea - Overwater bungalow interior
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HILTON MOOREA - Overwater pontoon
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Mareto Côté Montagne
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Mareto Sea Side
Frank Taylor
Park near Opunohu Bay, Moorea
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Sukhanovo, Arbor «the Temple of Venus». May 2011.
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Szczecin Underground
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scene from protest in Athens
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Man-o-War Cove
Martin Banks
Mount Klimajaro Uhuru Peak
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Liebfrauenkirche, Langewiesen - in the organ chamber, Thuringia, Germany
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burn out
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100 Joe Kanon (1000 feet Guanyin)
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2011-05-22-chengdu test
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fire painting
David Rowley
Old Ghan Train
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Old power substation in Pusha Vodica (1935)
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Papenoo Bay Surf Spot
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The Swiming Pool
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The Bubble Bar (1 of 2)
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Jatiluwih The Balinese Rice Terrace
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Tiny Desert Beach
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Tanna Island, Mont Yasur Volcano, 17h30
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Las Vegas by Night : View on Las Vegas Blvd, from Caesars Palace garden
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Ahu Tongariki Moai (Front Left)
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Ahu Tarakiu with a little Moai
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Somewhere on the reef
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Rano Raraku (External Slope 04 of 13)
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Luminotherapy at Deep Ocean Spa
More About Moorea

Moorea is a high island in French Polynesia, part of the Society Islands, 17 km (roughly 9mi) northwest of Tahiti. Moorea means "yellow lizard" in Tahitian. An older name for the island is Aimeho, sometimes spelled Aimeo or Eimeo (among other spellings misunderstood by early visitors with no knowledge of the language). Early Western colonists and voyagers also referred to Moorea as York Island.