The charm of the capital of Tahiti is unforgettable. Near dusk, the white clouds in the air swim freely; the surrounding buildings, the ancient buildings that rise and fall, and the misty scenes on the distant hills, are dreamlike; the distance gradually recovers calmly, and the coast is pleasant. Scenery. This quiet scene is full of poetry and painting.
When the sun rises again, there will be a new face here. The setting sun in the west, breaking through the thick clouds in the distance, struggling to shine in the square that is quiet. Throw the golden bustling dreams to the center of a quiet and peaceful town.
Papeete, the capital of Tahiti, is always full of people. Not far from the city is a breathtaking view of the sea, and the streets and lanes are filled with enthusiasm. In the past, the trade gathering place of the bustling city has maintained the prosperous scene of economic prosperity. The cultural accumulation of each period has formed a unique style here.
Straight streets pass through the patchwork of buildings, beautiful flowers cultivated along the street, vying in the shade of the green; white churches, dotted between the streets.
Papeete The bustling central block leads from the big market to the tree-lined square next to the pier. In the afternoon, these streets are always filled with people who are off duty, and the students who are out of school are particularly busy. Strolling through this pleasant and comfortable neighbourhood, you will always feel refreshed.
The damp street after the rain reveals a chill. In the small town in the dusk, the crowds of people gradually retreat, and the daytime hustle and bustle gradually calmed down. Children on both sides of the street, waiting for the shuttle bus to return home, the face is full of innocence is about to make this magical land, a sudden rain, change the scene of the former people here, at this moment, in the fresh air after the rain As if there were no impurities at all, it was so quiet that the breathing was clear and audible.
The ancient streets of Papeete's city centre are still the busiest area of Tahiti. There are many buildings on both sides of the street, and there are many old buildings. Street vendors are eager to sell all kinds of goods, which is extremely embarrassing. Papeete on the weekend is always full of people. The streets and alleys are filled with people who are passionate. In the past, the trade gathering place of the bustling city has maintained the prosperous scene of economic prosperity. The cultural accumulation of each period has formed a unique style here.
Straight streets pass through the patchwork of buildings, beautiful flowers cultivated along the street, vying in the shade of the green; white churches, dotted between the streets. Whenever the crowds in the streets are moving, the street vendors will be happy. Their deafening screams come and go, attracting guests.
On both sides of the street, some of the buildings of the last century, although old, have been painted with new colors, but they are full of vitality. The cars of different colors walk through the block, making this vibrant street more colorful.