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... rear view mirror was gone, the door does not open/close easily at least at my side, and the seat cover was pretty disgustingly dirty. The emergency brake was not working. But, it had air condition, the most important feature :-)
We drove around the entire island and really loved it! Taha'a was a much lovelier island than Raiatea, in my opinion. It was much less developed and less commercialized. It was very natural and quite beautiful! There was one ...
... quiet place and enjoy the ocean, this was it!
The evening came quietly and the sunset was really fast. Again I only captured a little of the sunset.
Dinner again was a delicious gourmet feast - bacon wrapped roasted banana, sushi (with chopsticks), froi gra with steak over risotto, and lemon mareng for dessert. Even though I was not a fan of froi gra and rare steak, it was deliciously prepared. So our gourmet experience from the ship has continued on.
... 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 ...
... be a very good idea as I have no idea how we would have got to our hotel otherwise, located as it was at the far end of the island, and the only public transport being the three-times-a-day “truck-bus”. Although no one was sure exactly what times. In a bid to keep costs low we had opted for a self-catering bungalow which also turned out to be a good idea given the costs of the island’s restaurants but the nearest supermarket ...
We intentionally planned on spending some time in Raiatea getting our yacht in the best shape possible before sailing her to Fiji, where we would be placing her into a safe anchorage for the cyclone season.
To do that we needed to do some minor maintenance, and wanted to get the hull painted (anti-fouled) as we knew that we wouldn't have sufficient time to do this in Fiji.
We therefore made a list of all the little ...