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... wooden benches inside and windows you could pull up or down with a handle.. I really don’t know how else to explain it but I’ll try to post a picture for you.
The bus took us on a fifteen minute journey along the coast to get to the beach. We were just in awe the whole ride with all of the plants and the blue water and the little houses and tall hills. I’ve never been to a tropical place like this, or a tropical place ...
... boat came to pick us up and dropped us off at our OWBs individually. Wow - what service! Very impressed.
Bob and I did not have lunch since we were not that hungry. Ira and Fran grabbed some cheese and a baguette from one of the little stores. There were a couple of places where we could have eaten but we did not bother to find them. This was really an under developed island but that's why we do like it. It's clean and beautiful!
... the same pearl farm we went to before (where I bought a pearl). This pearl farm is owned by a guy from California who married a local girl. He was there and told the visitors about how they culture pearls. Interesting. I did not see any pearls that caught my eye.
After the pearl farm, the original plan was to do drift snorkeling. But it turned out the water was too rough today, so Armando changed his route ...
... how to recapture it at will.
Raiatea: the middle of nowhere
After a serious rollercoaster ferry ride back to Tahiti, and one very expensive burger and chips meal with beer (about £50 for two) we spent another night at the infamous Tahiti Airport Motel – it’s like a second home now, and even the surly staff greet us with luke-warm smiles – and the next day headed off for our third French Polynesian ...
... among which are the Tainuu and Taputapuatea international marae, where in ancient times priests came from Polynesian islands throughout the Pacific.
At the political level, Raiatea was traditionally divided into nine districts, with Opoa dominating two groups of four chiefdoms each. Originating from Opoa, the Tamatoa dynasty was linked to most of the other ruling families in the Society Islands, particularly the Tapoa and Pomare ...