My Personal Experience with Taking the Bus in Tahiti

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6 Responses

  1. Katja says:

    Heheh sounds like a true adventure! I must say I had similar experiences with buses on Rarotonga and in the Seychelles but at least all the information was on English, my French is really bad haha, but good to know about how the public transportation works over there, would loooove to visit French Polynesia :)

    • Teja says:

      I’m wiser now about how to travel in the Pacific! My French is not good either, and I read better than I listen, wish it was the other way around… FP is well worth it despite the distance. My memories of it feel kaleidoscopic.

  2. Margarita says:

    Your adventures remind me of bus trips in India. The relaxed part :). You really need to adapt a total zen attitude and accept the fact nothing is going to go to plan. Amazingly, in the end you always get where you were going.

    • Teja says:

      I know! That’s the amazing thing about the ‘zen’ style of travel! I met a traveller who ONLY travels this way; she calls it the ‘synchronicity’. I’ll get around to writing about that next year I hope, when I finally get around to writing about Kashmir.

  3. Arabela says:

    Ugh that’s exactly what I hate about bus travel in remote regions! Tahiti sounds crazy relaxed. But apart from this, I’d love to visit there one day!

    • Teja says:

      LOLLL yeah you definitely have to be in the right frame of mind to go local in these more remote places… makes for a great story though!

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