A Pueu Village House
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... we will have already crossed by ferry in seas that, today anyway, are very rough. We are paying for a lift to the port and to be picked up and taken to the airport, along with our black bag full of stuff we rarely use and won't take to Mo'orea, on Monday. Breakfast included papaya, guava and a plaited bread that had the taste and texture of donut. Amanda got a lift down to the supermarket when Nathalie went shopping so we just made up a salad baguette sandwich ...
... regularly occurred. Outside of this beach I kind of got lucky in being able to experience a couple 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 see ...
... cool. We were greeted by a Chauffeur this time who transferred us to our accommodation in the city in an Audi A8. He was very chatty and took us on a scenic route instead of the freeway, however the trip was not without incident as we got caught up in a police pursuit with a possible stolen car heading towards us at speed on the wrong side of the road. Both cars ran the red light then disappeared in the distance.
... s an amazing sight to see six foot waves crashing a half-mile offshore.Anyway, back to the beach … our guide warned us the sand could get very hot when the sun emerged from its cloud cover. We found out firsthand just how hot. I now know what “hot ...
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 ...