Aito Apartments Muri
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAito Apartments Muri
We stayed at four separate places whilst in the Cook Islands and Aito punched way above its weight when it came to value for money.
The appartment was spacious, clean, comfortable and well thought out but above all that the hospitality of the owners was incredible.
Jean-Marc and Mere could not have been more thoughtful, they really put thought into the way they care for their guests - I would be amazed if there are better run apartments anywhere else on the island.
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... 16 kg. in total. We will be two nights on Mangaia, then fly back here, then on to Aitutaki for 2 nights and then to the island of Atiu for 3 nights. I am not sure what kind of wifi, if any, we will have in our new locations so today I am posting some more random pictures we have taken around the island. Thanks for all your ...
... Trader Jacks, an iconic watering hole with panoramic views provided delicious smoked marlin fish cakes, so good in fact, we returned for the smoked marlin salad while Chris had pizza ... twice! Sunday morning we set off to get the bus to Titikaveka, the next village, for a visit to church. The rain began as we waited, and a chap stopped his car, asked where we were going, and gave us a lift which was ...
... the beautiful BoraBora. The Islands has by far the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen. The water is so blue, warm and calm. Snorkelling here is also a treat, I saw my first giant clams. They were pink and purple coloured and when I swam down to get closer I think it winked at me ;-) There were also angel fish, porcupine fish, clown fish and parrot fish. The islands are where a season of Survivor was filmed as well as the UK series ...
... Much was pursued in line with the local view of "island time". We stayed in 3 accommodations, 2 on the beach and the 3rd a stone's throw away. All was pretty peaceful, if not quiet, as the crashing waves, the wind in the coconut fronds and the necessary circulating air fan generated a lot of noise, this supplemented, especially on Aitutaki, by the wild cockerels who crowed from dawn to dusk. Throughout the island-hopping the air was always clammy and a shower was a ...
7:00am, had breakfast then packed our stuff, time to say goodbye to Arapati
Beach Bach and head to the next part of
our vacation at Moana Sunset.
about 10:00am and drove around, stopping at Black Rock Beach, one of our
favorites. Took some pictures, Ed went
by Island Car and Bike Hire to make sure they were aware the car we rented had
a hole in the dash, like where a prior radio went or something.