Te Nunoa Private Garden Bungalow
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... them so much. And let me tell you they hurt like a _______ (fill in the
blank) to get out! The back of your
knees are so soft so when he is digging into a rock hard mass of muscle it
really kills and is probably the most pain he has caused me to be in, ha! Last
night after he did that the backs of my knees were really sore and around my
left hip flexor was sore to the touch. He said my hip flexor area would be
bruised today because he could see it turning ...
... hike, which included the famous Belvedere lookout, as well as the ancient ruins along the way.
We started with the shorter hike, as we hadn’t done any proper hiking for quite some time. It was easy to get to from the house we were couchsurfing at, so we packed some snacks and water and were on our way.
At first we were walking along what was local's driveways, and soon came across fields and fields of pineapples, and orchards of ginormous ...
... While there were some food stalls at the pier side markets, the food didn’t really appeal to us. We eventually found a taxi that would drive us to a nearby resort where we could swim and eat for the rest of the afternoon.
While not one of the spiffier resorts, the place we went to was perfectly acceptable, in fact it was a place I wouldn’t mind staying at. It had everything you need – beach side bungalow, pool, beach, lagoon, food.
We left the hotel and checked in at Auckland. It was easy because Air New Zealand has a private check-in for Star Gold, even if your economy. The lounge was packed and breakfast was ok. I had pancakes from their automatic pancake maker. The plane was nice, glad I called for seats. They had me in row 34 originally and they put us in row 9. We left Auckland on July 21 but we arrive in Tahiti ...
... meters from the water. It looks like a paradise but we cannot say it's a unique place - it reminds us the Maldives islands in the Indian ocean. Anyway it's so good that we do not want to compare, we just have a fun. There are many young couples here that have their honey moon, and we also feel like them.
The Polynesian people originally came from the South Asia but they are usually more bouncing. They wear variegated clothes, and women decorate their hair with live ...