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Former President Barack Obama and Former Vice President Joe Biden walk through the Crypt of the Capitol for President Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony, in Washington, Jan. 20, 2017. Reuters

Former President Barack Obama is planning to extend his stay in Tetiaroa, a South Pacific island once owned by legendary Hollywood actor Marlon Brando, as he starts to pen his memoir about his experiences of the eight years he spent as the American president. Both Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle Obama, inked a multimillion-dollar book deal with Penguin Random House last month.

The former president traveled to Tahiti, French Polynesia, in a private jet in mid-March where he is expected to stay for the next month as well, the Washington Post reported Sunday. The luxury resort he checked into is frequented by Hollywood stars. During his stay in French Polynesia, he is expected to visit some of the other islands as well, including honeymoon hotspot Bora Bora, according to the Telegraph.

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After a successful auction last month, reports surfaced that Penguin Random House will pay the Obamas more than $65 million for the global rights to two books that they will write. The Obamas plan to donate some of the advances from their books to charities, including the Obama Foundation, the New York Times reported last month.

After leaving the White House, the Obamas have kept a low profile. They have taken many vacations ever since, including Palm Springs, the Caribbean and Hawaii. They have not publicized their personal life likely because they are aware that each public movement of theirs will be widely scrutinized.

“He is enjoying a lower profile where he can relax, reflect and enjoy his family and friends,” former senior adviser Valerie Jarrett said, the Post reported.

Two weeks after leaving the White House, Barack Obama and Michelle Obama headed to billionaire Richard Branson’s Moskito Island for a relaxing break. During the vacation, he was photographed kite surfing and wrestling with his tycoon pal on Necker Island, according to the Sun.