The Society Islands of the Hub of French Polynesia with Tahiti as the center of the action. These islands need to be on every travelers agenda. You’ll experience the activity a city, the peace from a tropical setting and discover hidden treasures.
Get to the market early, before sunrise to get the freshest ingredients and best choices. When we visited, the upstairs was not open, but we could see the items that were available-Jewelry, Sarongs, Carvings, and Clothing.
In the evening don’t miss the Les Roulettes . Near downtown Pape’ete, right on the board walk is an open park. As the sunsets, roulettes or food trucks show up.
Vendors are busy putting folding tables and chairs out and within no time they start up their ovens and stove tops to feed the locals with a variety of cuisines. You can find savory and dessert crepes, dessert waffles, Chinese food and steak sandwiches. If you leave hungry, its your own fault.
Moorea Island – Our boat’s namesake
Quiet and pristine, Moorea Island a true paradise. Forget the cell phone and any connectivity, its hard to find and if you do very expensive.
So take get in touch with your native-side, see the beauty and be one with the rhythm of the island and its people. Here you can take long hikes up to the lush mountains, swim in the blue-white water with stingrays and tropical fish.
Bora Bora –
An iconic island, made famous by South Pacific is worth a visit. The island has a a placid lagoon and protective barrier reef around it. It was the perfect place to anchor.
We visited a Pearl Farm, swam with more tropical fish and hiked to the peaks to see the cannons from WWII.
Captain Kelly & Kelly Girl
Sailing The Waterhouse