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I arrived in Tahiti after flying in from Auckland in New Zealand. I flew out at 16:25 on the 5th February and arrived after a 5 hour flight at 22:25 on the 4th February due to the 23 hour time difference! Hence I had February 5th twice! A genuine groundhog day!
Upon arrival in Tahiti my 1st impressions were not good. I felt that it was an …
... I started panicking and has a massive breakdown. I nearly got tipped out by one wave and then was more than enough for me. The thought of falling in knowing there is a shark lurking about sent me in to mass panic. Matty didn't know what to do with me and kept trying to calm me down. Eventually we got back in the shore line and I breathed a sigh of relief. I told Matty to go for it by him self but even he said the sea was too rough. The manager told us that if you go ...
... clean streets and - yes - roosters everywhere. The RC church was having christening services - accompanied by singing and ukulele playing. Nice to see the family groups all dressed up on this special occasion....nice church too!! The market stayed open until 5pm...one more coconut drink to cool off with ....but the rest of the city closed up at 1 pm...very little activity after that / traffic minimum. Only the street vendors - flower / fruit stalls. Today...nicely raining ...
To finish off a delicious meal, one needed icecream and it was to die for.
We were fascinated by the fish in big ponds directly outside the restaurant. Huge species some black with blue lips, then blue and yellow ones.
I could have stayed watching them for ages.
Ibn the background of this idyllic spot we saw the place where Gaugin used to paint, and his old house.
Next stop on the agenda was ...
... 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 ...