At last, wrapping a pareu about me, I went down my trail to the valley road.
He wore only a pareu, and was tattooed from toenails to hair-roots.
Beneath it they wore a pareu, which passed twice around the waist and hung to the calves of the legs.
Along the way we met Kanakas, looking very cool, dressed only in their pareu cloth.
His knife was in his pareu, which, to leave his legs unhampered, he had rolled and tucked in until it was no more than a G-string.
Nevertheless, as I smoked at ease in my pareu upon the paepae of my simple hosts I felt some misgivings rise in me.
I made a tourniquet of a strip of my pareu and, with a small harpoon, 30 twisted it until the flow of blood was stopped.
I seized his tail quickly, and as he swept around to free himself I had time to draw the knife from my pareu and stab him.
I made a tourniquet of a strip of my pareu and, with a small harpoon, twisted it until the flow of blood was stopped.
When at home he wore only a pareu, but he would put on trousers when he went out.