PHOTO: Barack Obama isn’t about to let the vacation end. (Photo via Flickr/Marc Nozell)
Sometimes it takes a while for those who have dedicated a large chunk of their life to unending service to find their way in leisure.
President Obama, friends, will be just fine.
The Telegraph (h/t Travel+Leisure) reports the Obama world tour rolls on to French Polynesia, where the former commander-in-chief is expected to stay over the next month. According to the report, the next leg of a world-renowned chill session kicked off as Obama landed at Tahiti’s Faa’a International Airport.
Previously, if you’re keeping score at home, the first family enjoyed a post-inauguration Palm Springs vacation before the former first couple left to enjoy the confines of Richard Branson’s private oasis.
In this case, Obama seems to have made the trek with work in mind. There is some conjecture as to whether this will be the site where he chooses to pen his memoir, part of a book deal worth $60 million, via The Telegraph.
If that is the case, getting any work done may be impossible as he is staying at the lavish The Brando on Tetiaroa.
This place bills itself with the following statement: “Our mission is to provide one of the most luxurious, authentic and enriching travel experiences available anywhere in the world in an environmentally sensitive, sustainable and culturally rich manner.”
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Staying amid such a lavish setting costs handsomely: The report states you can spend up to €12,300, or $13,220, for one night at the resort.
There is no mention as to whether Obama will settle down for the month at The Brando or pick up anchor and head around the area.
With an extra $60 million on its way, he should be just fine finding any accommodations his heart desires.