Paradise Cove Lodges
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... 25 and we were off. We drove around the island, stopped at the different beach locations for pictures, shopped in the tiny island stores and had a great time. We had lunch at a really neat place called Shipboats End, located south of the airport on the tip of the lagoon. It was a delightful place to spend a couple hours hanging out. We were on island time so we milled around, simply enjoying the scenery.
We topped the scooter with gas ...
At 7:30am, Brian decided he should go next door to Etu Moana to see about booking a lagoon cruise, since we didn't know how to reach anyone to do that without phone or internet.
The manager of Etu Moana, Karen, was SOO friendly and helpful! She said pick an operator and one of the girls would set it up and charge it to our room that we'd be staying in on the last days of our trip. We chose Teking and they arranged for them to pick us up at Etu Moana ...
... on the front entry area, but then you had to go THROUGH the house to get to the outside porch. A few simple stairs to the outside living area would have made a huge difference in
practicality. There. I've said it. Worst done guest house ever. We had to buy cups because there were TWO. Mark said "you should have told me, we have more". Why don't they just give you more without having to ask? I guess for the price it was okay, but I think there were better options.
... the island so we are getting lots of information already. David is wonderful and went out and got us a gas fired BBQ when we inquired about whether or not the bach had one.
Our property here is quite rustic but once again, on a stellar beach and on what we think is the "right side" of the island.
We have rented the requisite motorcycle and Paul is ...
... a lovely cooling breeze blowing. We look for something to eat and can’t find anything suitable. Sails has stopped serving and the local greasy takeaway isn’t very appealing. In a tourist daze we jump on the bus and somehow end up in town…we are also still hunting for Aitu coffee.
Hot and a little hungry and annoyed we watch Vaka Eiva boats coming into the harbour to the thumping sound of traditional drumming. Besides the drumming it doesn’t look ...