Tahiti Tourisme Watch & Read


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J'appartiens à cette terre qui a vu naître mes ancêtres et fait de moi ce que je suis, ces archipels et ces îles dont la beauté naturelle est légendaire. Je représente cette diversité et ces traditions qui me donnent ma force jour après jour. Je suis Polynésien et j'en suis fier. Fier de partager ce que je suis, ce que je sais avec tous ceux qui viennent visiter notre fenua, fier de faire découvrir notre culture au monde entier. Fier de contribuer à la première ressource de mon pays, le tourisme. Je suis fier de ma Polynésie, fier de la partager. Tous ensemble pour notre tourisme.

 

*Fenua is Tahitian for homeland.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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