Aito Apartments Muri
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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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... for a final few days together, a great end to our 2014 campervan adventure.
On Sunday 31st August we visited the California Science Center in Los Angeles where we saw the space shuttle Endeavour before flying to Rarotonga where Glen's sister Lee & partner Raymond have a lovely home overlooking the ocean. A bit cool for swimming in the pool ...
... at Kikau hut. There was no one at the restaurant and I had to write our details on the board including where we were staying. (This restaurant provides a shuttle service) Sorted I thought!!
We waited about 15 minutes before the time I specified on the board and after 30 minutes I thought I would call to make sure someone had read the board. The owner was surprised that I hadn't specified on the board that we required ...
... fish, angel fish (?) I don't think that's their name, I forgot...cute yellow guys with pointy snouts and long flowing upper fin, trigger fish (Picassos), and several others. Clarity changed with the sun in and out of the clouds.
A friendly game of cards to dry off before a nap, then up to dress for dinner. We wanted to make sunset on the West side again, and were also trying to time our trek out to coincide with the sun ...
... we got a lift back with someone from our hostel who had hired a car which was lucky as the rain and wind was getting even worse. It was pretty scary that this typhoon was coming as it was the talk of the whole island. As it was raining and the weather wasn't likely to pick up we stayed in the hostel and cooked tea and played some games with some friends in the hostel. We played a game like articulate, but named ...
... not, because without the wind it became much warmer. And those pesky mosquitoes--ugh! We are so oily with Deet, but there's no helping it. I've taken to spraying the house each evening with insecticide. It's the only way to keep them at bay. A nice byproduct of all the poison is that for two straight days we've woken up having to side-step 2" cockroaches laying on their backs, feebly twitching their legs. This place is rivaling rural Bali. Thank goodness there are no poisonous ...