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Does the journey to or from Europe need to be all long haul and no fun? Not if you plan it otherwise. But the usual halfway stops of Hong Kong, Singapore, LA are not always the most sanity-provoking places to break the journey. I boarded a plane in
Dior's itinerary included a dinner at La Colombe d'Or, a restaurant in Saint-Paul de Vence known for diners like Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse; a lawn bowling game called pétanque; and lunch at the Maeght Foundation, a modern art museum.
Those who went to Parc Jean Drapeau on the island where Piknic holds its two-stage fest were treated to a more convivial environment than the rest of Mutek. People danced to DJ sets (instead of watching live productions), played pétanque, and drank beer.
But the usual halfway stops of Hong Kong, Singapore, LA are not always the most sanity-provoking places to break the journey. I boarded a plane in Paris recently, knowing that the following day I would be macerating in the soft fragrant air of Tahiti. After three days on Aphrodite's Island (the explorer Bougainville's descriptor for Tahiti), I made the short hop home where I arrived feeling dangerously normal. Those three days in French Polynesia weren't spent idly. Well, maybe the last day was, but for the first two we were out and about, fuelled by the rush you get just waking up in a foreign land. Lafayette Beach below hotel, looking towards Moorea. Our programme was mostly our own, thanks to the three-day self-drive option offered by Air Tahiti Nui. You pick up a rental car on arrival at Fa'a'a airport and it's à votre disposition until you depart. I know what you're thinking… is getting a car a good idea on a small Pacific island. It is on this island. Tahiti has an automobile fetish and the roading infrastructure to match. Having your own car means all your transport is immediately sorted and the island is yours to explore at your leisure. When it comes to driving on the right hand side of the road, I employ the just-do-it approach. They can compound the concept of "island time". We hatched a plan as we guided our rental Peugeot from the airport to the Tahiti Pearl Beach Resort on our first evening. Day one would be spent doing the tour of Tahiti, then on day two we would ferry across to nearby Moorea. Day three would remain blissfully plan-free. TAHITI: LE TOUR DE L'ILE. On a map, the island of Tahiti looks like a short-handled maraca. A slender isthmus links a large round land mass (Tahiti Nui) and an oblong-shaped much smaller one (the maraca handle, Tahiti Iti). A tour of the island in effect means a tour of Tahiti Nui, which is hemmed entirely by a 113 kilometre long coastal road. Though worth a short detour, much of Tahiti Iti is inaccessible by road. The roadside PK markers make pinpointing your location easy. PK stands for Point Kilomètrique, and the markers count out the kilometres from point zero, which is at the cathedral in Papeete. The count goes both ways until they meet at Taravao on the other side of the island. We set out on the round trip of Tahiti Nui in a clockwise direction, and can offer this highlight reel: Lafayette Beach (PK5. 5) - Tahiti's beaches are of black sand and they aren't actually abundant. (You get that with islands encircled by coral reefs. ) If you're based in Papeete, the small gently curving Lafayette Beach on the northeast side of the island is your closest sea swimming spot, about seven minutes' drive from town. Pointe Vénus (PK10) – All the early European visitors to Tahiti fetched up at Matavai Bay, of which the most interesting feature is the long finger of sand known as Pointe Vénus. Pointe Vénus is a popular hangout for tourists and locals alike. Araaoaho Blowhole (PK22) – Situated close to a sharp bend in the road, this natural curiosity is worth a stop. The blowhole (le trou de souffleur) is small and easy to miss. Tahiti Iti (PK54) – Roughly halfway along the coastal road is Taravao, the gateway to the Tahiti Iti peninsula. You could easily devote a day to the sparsely populated Tahiti Iti, which is often described as "Tahiti as it once was". It offers great walks, both inland and coastal. A drive along the southern coast is a good way to get a flavour of the place and its small settlements. After 9km the road ends at Teahupo'o, where out beyond the reef is one of the world's most famous and dangerous surf breaks. Vaipahi Garden & Vaima Pool (PK49) – Well past the isthmus is this small, pretty reserve.
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