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... a magnificent waterfall and lovely pools. From there, we drive to Arahurahu Marae and visit the sacred site of the pre- Christian Polynesian society. As our pictures show, it consists of a courtyard, altar, wall and stones and posts to represent chiefs who have passed. Then we continue to visit the Museum of Tahiti just outside Papeete. The museum was very interesting. Paul Gauguin, the French post-impressionist painter spent much of his later life in Polynesia and Tahiti.
... and the lighthouse where Captain Cook observed the planets on his exploration of the Pacific region. The lighthouse was apparently a gift from France.
As time was marching on we had to zoom back to the airport to return the car, but managed to stop for a photo opportunity.
Gee I hope my photos are OK on the laptop!
We made it back in time to get the last shuttle to the ship, rather upset that the agreed price in ...
... br> In Oa Pou we took the wander up to a viewpoint, again after moments in this heat and at even a slight gradient I was beetroot and dizzy. Chatting away on our way back there was a sudden almighty crash and meters away from us a dead branch fell. To celebrate our serendipity of the near miss we took photos of Steve lying trapped beneath it.
The serendipity didn’t stop there. It so happened that on this particular trip there was a Marquesan man ...
Up early for our departure in a yellow 4x4 which looked like a safari jeep with seats on both sides of the rear and a tarpaulin roof. The other passengers were a Swiss couple and a woman from the Marquesas with her three young sons. The first stop was at Cooks Bay or as it is known in Tahitian Pao Pao (this is where we had seen the cruise boat moored the previous day). Then we left the main road and went up a very steep hill which at first had concrete as ...
The breakfast at this hotel was good, on a par with that in the hotel on Pape'ete. Lots of fresh fruit including the sweetest pineapple either of us had ever tasted. Nothing like the acidic fruit we frequently have in the UK. Added to the good food was a sea view. Delightful. Just as you imagine Tahiti. A hot sun, white sand, a blue lagoon with the waves breaking on the far reef and palm trees. We did some ...