The most magnificent area of the entire market is the central fruit and vegetable area. Tahiti women dressed in traditional costumes wear garlands and sell a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. The customers who come and go are intertwined with them in this busy flow of people, forming a unique landscape. In addition to the Polynesians, Asians in the market, Europeans are also endless, making the market more diverse. Today, the Papeete market has become the most dynamic place here.
When the weekend morning, there are many retailers gathered around the market, holding colorful umbrellas and drinking all kinds of special products. These little playthings, although they look very low-key, are exceptionally beautiful. Small squares in front of the market often have colorful activities, always gathering local people and holding celebrations. Whenever the weekend arrives, people line up for a long line.
Until the sun is high, the world outside the market is gradually calming down. Julia pushed her young grandson and left the winding streets with the returning family. The jeepney cars that traveled through the city, accompanied by the hustle and bustle of the night, the retro atmosphere in the air; in the car filled with modern advertising, the passengers with different looks, like a vivid picture. Every simple composition is carefully telling the beautiful story here.
The most desirable travel life is to enjoy life like a local. Perhaps most of the people in Tahiti are blue sea and blue sky and luxury hotels, but in addition, there are other wonderful things here.
Before boarding Paul's higher cruise to start a four-day exploration tour in Tahiti, we went on to the locals' recommendations for only one Christmas market a year, from Christmas ornaments to clothes, shoes and hats, to various Black pearls and handicrafts, as well as performances, all-encompassing, we may be very few visitors to visit here, eating and shopping is very happy, the locals are very friendly and welcoming, and sent me two very beautiful Shell crafts.
If you are coming to Tahiti on December 14-24 every year, try it too~