February 10, 1986 | Bruce Newman
Once a year languid Tahiti rouses itself for the Tiurai, a celebration featuring canoe racing, rock lifting, fruit-carrying runs and tattooing
January 15, 1968 | Fred R. Smith
Until now the
trouble with Tahiti and Bora-Bora—and Fiji, Samoa, New Caledonia and the rest
of the islands that stretch across the Tropic of Capricorn—has been that they
were so far away from the American mainland,...
March 27, 1961
July 11, 1960 | Carleton Mitchell
July 11, 1960 | Horace Sutton
For Gauguinesque dreamers the misty dream of Tahiti, fragrant with frangipani and free of the bonds of civilization, is all but over. Last week the alarm clock was ringing and the morning of reality was at hand. The...