Pension Nahe Toe Toe
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... gate. Our carry-on were a little more than the allowed 6.5 pounds. But they did not make an issue. Unfortunately I could not put my cameras, laptop and iPad in the checkin bags - if they could guarantee that they would not be stolen, I would have checked everything in!
Our plane took off around 11:15am, on time. It was the flight to Bora Bora via Raiatea. There were quite a lot of people going to Bora Bora, including a few Japanese tour groups. The plane ride was about 40 ...
... in French sometimes we got lots of detail, sometimes they
did. He did a great job.
We went for a bit of a scenic cruise past a humungous private yacht called Mayan Queen owned by Mexican billionaire Albert Bailleres. It has six decks and is 92 metres long! Wow.
We then headed through into Maroe Bay and past the ship where we spent a great deal of time trying to explain the concept of The World to everyone after Parker ...
Our home for the next week was a large, white-washed detached bungalow with a full kitchen, a shady terrace and nothing between us and the lagoon but a sandy garden filled with swaying palms. Unimaginably beautiful as the setting was, we quickly discovered that there are quite a few potentially lethal dangers in paradise.
Within hours of our arrival our elderly neighbour warned us not to walk beneath the palms should ...
... it is - we directly asked whether we could stop halfway to buy all ingredients so they could show us. Of course! Shopping done, all settled and we were prepared for the rest of the 30 minutes drive. Huahine is made up of two main islands surrounded by a fringing coral reef with several motu. Huahine Nui (Big Huahine) lies to the north and Huahine Iti (Little Huahine) to the south. The two islands are separated by a few hundred yards of water and joined by a ...
... street and sold locally grown produce. The locals were incredibly friendly and by now we had learned that the Tahitian greeting of, "Ia ora na" got you a lot further than the French counterpart, ...