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... felt an influence of France: people speak French, for breakfast there is a croissant, in a supermarket you can find baguettes and French cheeses. However, it's definitely not France. In the airport a group of dancers met us in their exotic clothes. People are very friendly. Drivers give priority to pedestrians. The streets are clean. And it is sunny every day.
- It has appeared 50 Jews live in the town, and they built a tidy synagogue for themselves (see the ...
... the dog **** is too stressful to look out for and ruins the comb.
Black sand is surprisingly bright under water and the lagoon is alien to me. I don't recognise any of the coral and it makes me feel uneasy even after all these snorkels.
Petrol stations here sell orchids and not chrysanthemums.
The humble clothes rail is used to sell many things by the side of the ...
These islands are HOT. So close to the equator a (supposed) 20 minute walk at medium difficulty to a Tiki site found me red faced, dripping with sweat and spotted with mud. It was like a tropical assault course of coconuts, palm fronds, mud mud mud and rock. I managed not to fall on my behind but my face was the colour of a baboon’s!
For most of the trip I had had to keep a secret for Steve and Dolores, a lovely ...
... was stunning and the service was wonderful. Our evening meal was a buffet followed by some traditional Tahitian dancing, all of which neither of us could complain about, the selfie with the Tahitian male dancers was a highlight. Saturday was spent exploring the sights of Papeete. The markets and roulottes for dinner were incredible, it ...
... demonstrate traditional skills. We all made leis out of beautiful, brightly coloured and scented flowers and put them on our heads. Then we watched the demonstrator take the outer part of a coconut away from the shell and remove the husk before cracking the shell open to drain off the liquid inside. She got one of the men to try to take the outer coat off using the traditional wooden tool and he found it very difficult. As with all skills you need to ...