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January 2009


Read the complete stories in the January 2009 issue of Tahiti Beach Press, Tahiti With A Passion


A Dinosaur in Paradise Part LXXXIX
  Homer Morgan is an American expatriate who has lived in Tahiti for more than 50 years. Homer’s vivid memory and talent as a raconteur and writer entertain our subscribers with interesting tales of Tahiti in each edition of the Tahiti Beach Press.

Tahiti’s Famous Breadfruit by Jan Prince
  Where is the breadfruit tree?” This is one of the first questions a visitor to Tahiti asks.
The tall and beautiful breadfruit tree with the huge pointed leaves is famous throughout the world. Ever since the story of the “Mutiny on the Bounty” was made public in the novel and movie versions, Tahiti and breadfruit have been thought of synonymously.
  During his first visit to Tahiti in 1769 Captain James Cook saw the plentiful harvest of breadfruit. He was impressed..........................................................................................

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Chinese New Year
Days of The Tiare
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