We thank you for your comment and allow us to bounce back on all the points mentioned.
- In the description of our accommodation, it's specified that we are likely to accommodate several groups at the same time and that they are shared rooms in the house. It's a TRADITIONAL FARE, so open with several beds placed everywhere.
- As for dogs that bark all night, the roosters who sing all the time, welcome to French Polynesia Madam. Wherever you are in our country there will always be these animals. In this case, the best for you was maybe to choose another accommodation. That would have been no problem, we would have understood. The things that scratched on the roof were the tree branches, which chewed was a lizard, finally for the smell of cat urine, it's amazing because on your arrival we had just finished preparing the house. Reminder, we also blocked the house for you.
- for access to the beach, we didn't specify this on our accommodation because there is none. We will not deny things that are not true. What you saw on the other side is called a mangrove and yes we do not bathe there. FYI, all over the island of Raiatea, there are very small beaches which are possible to access and some are even private.
- Regarding the Wifi, you asked me, it's true, and when I reminded you that the service was not part of the AirB&B service because it stipulates this and you pay for this facility. Afterwhich you stopped the conversation and decided that finally you did not really need the wifi.
- For the taxi ride from the airport, think again because you arrived directly from the Apooiti Marina to make only a 90 seconds ride and not from the airport. You paid $15 because at Marina Apooiti, there is no taxi stop, all are in town Uturoa (5km from Uturoa to Apooiti). We are 5 minutes from the airport by car and about 25 to 30 minutes walk.
- We offer transfers, it is also noted in our description.
It's sad and we are so surprised! We sent you messages to know your arrival and departure schedules, this is for good organization. Unanswered, we waited for you patiently and are also disappointed that we could not trade. It's a pity that we could not communicate if you did not isolate yourself upstairs.
Admittedly, English is one of the international languages but as Polynesians, we always manage understand it, no matter which country you come from. This is called "exchange".
The Polynesians are all very welcoming.
Nevertheless, despite these poor grades, we wish you good luck in everything you do in life.
Poekura & Vetea