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... myself. I had a little paddle and a swim and must of been in for about 10 minutes when Matty came back out. I got out and went for a drink only for Matty to suddenly point and go "Jesus Christ" pretty loudly. I turned and could not believe it. There was a shark, literally just where we'd been paddling and where I'd just been. It was about a metre from the shore line, obviously hunting for food in the shallows. I absolutely pooped myself. We watched it for a few minutes and it ...
... our yellow bus was soon on its way.
Our driver was a young island woman who was a very adept driver; although our guide kept saying “it is her first day”! (Local joke) Our guide had such a neat personality – she treated all of us almost as though we were family.
After driving around the beautiful bay the ship was anchored in, we arrived at a fruit juice distillery for some tasting and an ...
... I'm sorry - to me they just looked extremely funny!!)...but I admired their 'free spirit' in being able to do that!!...I wonder if I'll ever be able to venture out of my inhibitions to try this out???!!...it might be quite 'liberating' ( literally and figuratively ??). So did lots of walking around this important port/ hub of Polynesian public and private governmental buildings - as well as the having the residence of the French High Commissioner/ Presidence. Nice landscaped gardens ...
... more picturesque islands in French Polynesia. For an evening meal we were pointed to the main road near our B&B where there are huts that provide different take away cuisines. Not quite what we expected but we were hungry, the fresh Pizza establishment was doing a brisk trade, so went with it! In the morning we walked to the only white coloured sand beach on Tahiti which was only a five minute walk from our hotel and you will see from ...
... 8217;t babysitting, we mostly hung out around our room reading, relaxing, and generally being lazy. French Polynesia is known to get short but very heavy rainfalls (STORMS) so on rainy days we’d stay inside and again, read, draw, do whatever to pass the time until it was nice enough to go explore once again.
Because of the long time we were able to spend there, and the fact that our couchsurfing family had been living there for quite some time, we ended ...