POhotos: Road Trip around Nuka Hiva - Part 3
Everything was very dry, only the weeds seem to be
surviving; I am sure this will all change during the rainy season. Below
you can see the difference between the bougainvilleas, one photo is from the
lush area we started out in and the other is in the mountains where they need
We wound our way around these inlets, it took about two
hours to navigate the rocky bumpy roads until we reached dirt roads again.
These guys were just hanging around the top of the mountain,
before I took this photo they were on the rocks below them. I have always
wondered about old sayings, some just don’t make any sense, but ‘sure
footed as a goat’…
We finally arrived at a pretty little village where we had
lunch then went off to explore the archeological dig that crews from New
Zealand visit every year to work.
The restaurant without a name.
Making breadfruit balls…donuts?
The motley crew. Truly, a motley crew with some
strange smiles…The food was very good, some had lobster, some had fish,
and some had rice. The porc au rum was finished, I think we all would
have tried that.
Porc au rhum for next week
Next week’s dinner…breakfast and lunch!