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Just a quick update to let you know we got here safe and sound. Our flights were comfortable, despite being very long. Los Angeles customs and passport control were a nightmare. Two and a half hours to get through, which after an 11 and a half hour flight was no fun.
Still we arrived at Papeete, Tahiti in good spirits, and were welcomed …
Thanks to those of you that have sent messages. Keep them coming! How are you all enjoying your mini heatwave?
We have settled into Polynesian life very nicely. Our villa or "Fare" is wonderful. Right on the beachfront underneath a badamier tree which drops its fruits on our roof during the night! Every morning we have a breakfast of …
We arrived in Tahiti late Wednesday evening after our flight from Easter Island. We had a few nervous moments after we cleared customs as our guest house pick-up was again nowhere to be seen – not something you want to happen at 11pm at night, having just landed in a new country. Fortunately a few minutes later our guesthouse host finally …
... hem llogat una casa a la platja a la costa est, a prop de Afareiatu. D’aquesta manera, podem cuinar i fer la nostra sense haver de dependre de ningú. Anem a comprar al Champion, on trobem tots els productes francesos, pain au chocolat bons , baguettes acabades de fer, els Chocapic de l’Ariana, bon formatge, vi francès i fins i tot la llet és importada de França. Bé, les maduixes i gerds són ...
... Our next stop was at a Motu (inlet) where our Captain, Mark, of
Albert Transport took us. Together with Ziki, Graziela and Torei,
they prepared our barbecued lunch from scratch. Ziki asked me to
help him demonstrate how to make the Polynesian ceviche called
poisson crue. Lunch was delicious and plentiful as well as the local
Hinano beer and Rum Punch.
After lunch, Ziki demonstrated how to open a coconut, how to check
if it is bad or not, and ...