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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... Islands ... well it just had to be done and we've had a lovely relaxing time. Rarotonga is certainly a tropical island, lovely and warm but not always dry and sunny, also quite small and basic so maybe we wouldn't recommend visiting unless you happened to be passing! Chris has been a daily buffet for the mozzies, even more than in New Zealand, so he's quite happy to move on. Last port of call before home ... Los ...
... or solitary swimmer. We spend three fabulous days sleeping in proper beds, eating delicious home-cooked meals and generally imposing ourselves on their considerable hospitality.
All too soon time, - the great dictator, runs short and then runs out, and we are thrashing it down the A1 coast highway toward Sydney. We are heading to Palm Beach in the northern suburbs of Sydney on a pilgrimage (well Lynne is on a pilgrimage) to the mythical land of 'Summer Bay' where the ...
... to be brightening up so we hopped on the scooter and set off around the island to see what we could see.
We stopped off at Black Rock to see if we could spot any Whales migrating but alas before we could see any a light drizzle started. Now Black Rock is about as far from our hostel as you can be on the island, so at this point it made no difference if we headed back or carried on around. Hoping it would clear we carried on round, but within a minute the rain was so ...
... A nice
dinner was served with a main entre, potatoes, salad, roll, crackers and
cheese, a dessert along with a choice of NZ wines.
We spent most of the night on the plane, Ed celebrated 4 birthdays en route with the
time changes and as we crossed the International Date Line then back out of it
Time passed, I milled around, listened to my music, Ed slept a while and after about 4 hours, I had to move, the people ...
... hang out until it was time to go to the airport for our 3:30-ish flight to Aitutaki.
We got an Italian pizza with creamy garlic sauce ($22) and filled the rest of the time with cold beers. We enjoyed sitting there watching the kids in the surf and the food and service was good.
Now to drop off things at the airport and return the car. Aituaki bound...that report will follow in a few days.