Planters peanuts, shrimp cup noodles, Diet Coke, regular Coke, Bloody Mary’s, sandwiches, Jack n Diet, and anything else is a reason to write a sentence in the passive voice.
Although there was no beef jerky, the Priority Pass in Tahiti was heaven sent. It wasn’t because the sodas which cost $6 at the hotel were free or because the Hinano beer was a bargain at $0.00 francs. The lounge was great because it was peaceful. There was no arguing, no up selling, and no complaining from me or anyone else.
We all just sat in the lounge watching island planes come and go. It was a perfect way to end a rambunctious Tahiti trip.