A Pueu Village House
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... that regularly occured. Outside of this beach I kind of got lucky in being able to experience a cuople of other things the island had to offer. An American guy called Michael staying at the pension had hired a car and for a little petrol money he was happy to take me and a couple others around the island for a couple of days. Without a car this would have been difficult to impossible and cars were far out of my budget to hire so this was really lucky. I got to ...
... s! The ferry to Moorea - the smaller and more 'authentic' Polynesian island only takes 30 minutes ...but I'll pass..been there and remember it fondly...so will leave it at that!! Nice to speak my limited French to shop keepers....they are more receptive to my heavy accent that what the Parisians were when I was there...or else I've improved??/dubious!! Huge open / closed area market across from ship. Lots of interesting side streets branching out from Central Park ...
... and relaxation were the order of the day. In the evenings we ate at our hotel and this seemed to have by far the busiest restaurant around, may have something to do with the restaurant owner personally doing the pickups and drop offs from other hotels. The weather was quite windy with sporadic sunshine around 27c and on our first night we experienced 60km/h winds that howled straight through our bungalow roof - a sleepless night alas. ...
After eleven long and at time cold days at sea we finally reached Papeete on Monday morning.
As we have been here once before, we decided to just have a bit of a wander around during the day and going to have dinner onshore with Peter & Fay as we don't sail to Moorea until 4.00 am on Tuesday.
Papeete was much cleaner and friendlier than I can remember last time.
We checked out the city and the market ...
... guy did not know English well. Lukily for us he speak french because french is tahitian native langauge . He drove us back to the hotel and we spent the whole day in .
The last thing I did during my vacation in Tahiti was memorable. I walked around and found out a couple of people gathering to ...