Exploring Bora Bora on foot is challenging. The island is extremely mountainous and there is only one sealed road around the island (about 20 miles around). In the tropical heat a 20 mile walk was not something I was about to do. Fortunately, I borrowed a push bike and cycled about half way around the island before heading island. This was taken at 250 metres above sea level and about two miles inland. From Tereia point, we are looking down the main island to where I started my walk. Across the lagoon is the long, thin island of Matu Mute. This is were the airport is; if you look closely you can see the tarmac of the runway and the small wooden terminal building.