A game-changing ebook is available for American professionals to invigorate their lives by working remotely from the breathtaking islands of French Polynesia. Now Amazon's #1 New Release on multiple travel book lists.
If so, why not spend a few months doing your job in a place where the confluence of ocean, land, climate and culture affords an incredible quality of life, one filled with beauty, inspiration, and adventure?
My wife and I are doing so with our 9-year old son and 5-year old daughter. We came to Tahiti from the San Francisco Bay Area in August 2020 to evade wildfires and remote schooling. Now, our kids are thriving in an international school on the lagoon in Tahiti while we do Zoom calls from a house overlooking the majestic island of Mo’orea.
In creating this ebook, my intention is to make it easy for you to get the info you need to taste the sublime reality of living amidst the fabled islands of French Polynesia.
Imagine if you could combine Paris with Hawaii. That gives you a sense of what Tahiti is like: native Polynesians, French people, boulangeries, hip restaurants, amidst a lush, mountainous setting, with shimmering turquoise waters, and a warm, laidback culture.
Tahiti is only 8 hours away from California. That’s only three hours more than Hawaii. Yet French Polynesia has far fewer people and is way more beautiful.
Larger than New York City, Tahiti is a lush, mountainous island surrounded by coral reefs. There are enough cool places to keep it interesting indefinitely.
Unlike in Hawaii, the indigenous population is preponderant in Tahiti, so you get plenty of opportunities to experience the warmth, authenticity, ...
The fact that the United States chose Bora Bora as a military supply base during World War II has contributed to a positive sentiment towards Americans.
Fiber optic cable is becoming widely installed in northwestern Tahiti and northern Mo'orea, so you can find housing with internet that is fast enough ...
As the capital city of French Polynesia, Pape’ete is endowed with state-of-the-art medical facilities,...
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Even if you plan to live in Tahiti for only 1 to 3 months, there are well-regarded international schools...
The crime rate is incredibly low, making Tahiti a relaxed place to live and raise kids. Although theft occurs, violent crime against expats is virtually unheard of.
Easily visit many of the world’s most beautiful islands, from the crystalline atolls of the Tuamotus to the untamed mountains of the Marquesas.
Tahiti is in the same time zone as Hawaii, so from November to late March, it is only two hours behind the U.S. west coast. From late March through October ...
Come along as the adventure unfolds & opportunities emerge.