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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I think I am a local now :) I have seen numerous tourists move through the backpackers and yet we are still here - living the island life. The highlight of this week was our sunset cocktails at a bar a couple of hundred metres up the road. We went to listen to the best Ukulele player on the island. His music was beautiful - my favourite was somewhere over the rainbow. He was a beautiful musician who has played at the opera house and for JFK the ...
... km in total over a week (broken speedometer). This was followed by lunch and saying our goodbyes to the people in our hostel which we’d gotten to know quite well. It was a bit sad to be leaving, especially with how nice the weather had turned, but the show must go on!
We took the anti-clockwise bus to the airport and breezed through check-in (well apart from when my (N) name got called on the tannoy to check my bags). At the airport we were able ...
... and locate what we would like to do next day. Kayaking looks to be a great I idea so note to self when we bus it down next. I waded out to one of the islands (I had packed my reef shoes) leaving Barry to soak up the rays.
We went for a long walk along the lagoon. That can take some time as there are a few good eateries and places to settle in for a cool bevvy right on the sand to keep you fed and watered along the way.
Back to our own ideal location to while away ...
Breakfast in: eggs with cheese, oatmeal with banana and Turkish toast. Decided to scooter the part of the upper island road that we'd not been on yet. Basically from our spot then around to the East. We got caught in a brief but heavy rainshower. We pulled under a tree and took pictures of each other getting soaking wet!
We continued around thru town and back around anti-clockwise on the main road. Stopped to take pictures of ...
... in town we wanted to go and hire a scooter for 3 days but after finalising the rental she told us it would be a $2000 bond to pay incase we crashed it. In the end we didn't think it was worth it and it would be easier and cheaper to get the bus. We then went to the Internet cafe as the wifi in the hostel was expensive and looked up some things to do in new zealand and Kerry applied for her Australian working ...