Guest House Ariitere
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... a little bit about the Huahine island, etc.
It was a good trip, as expected, and we enjoyed it, just like the last 2 times. And I do like this island, very beautiful! Next time if we come again, we will rent a car and explore this place some more!
We got back on our ship around 3:30. It felt wonderful to be clean again, after a hot shower!
Tonight we had dinner at the specialty French ...
... 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 ...
Huahine, pronounced wah-ee-nee by the French and who-a-hee-nay by Tahitians, is rugged and isolated and offers a taste of old Polynesia. Historically, the island is one of the three most important Polynesian archeological sites, along with Easter Island and Raiatea; ruins in the form of stone and coral temples remain from the days of royal rule -- as do 400-year-old stone fish traps that are still in use. Captain Cook was the ...
... Tahaa has many beautiful motu with pure white sand and lots of coconut palms...the perfect way to spend a weekend.
We've been here for just over a month (as getting spares from overseas is never a quick process here in the South Pacific), and we would venture off to a different location each weekend, exploring the beautiful beaches and motu of Tahaa.
We did also take the time to hire a car in Raiatea and spent a day driving ...
... on the kid’s faces made a great stop.
On the southern part of the island, we looked for a place to stop for lunch, but found none. Instead, we returned to Fare by about 4 pm and went to happy hour at ...