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Wednesday July 16
Today we did a lagoon trip on Aitutaki Adventure Cruises. The boat was a catamaran barge with front and back on and off load. Our captain was Puna and he owned the tourist dive boat. A couple of hours snorkelling in the morning where Bob saw giant clams, lots of small fish and pretty coral. Then we had some time on Honeymoon Island ...
... for us. You get a locker for your bags and you can still use the pool and there is a bathroom/shower and clean towels to use if you want to clean up and change.
We rode the push bikes again (in the rain!) into town and stopped at a few more stores. Vonnia's actually had some cool posters and a good t-shirt selection with tribal print and 'Aitutaki' on them. Pretty cool looking.
We went back to Etu Moana, and the rain contimued. We ...
... to fetch you will be there and they all know each other, but they are all trying to figure out who "belongs" to them. At any rate, our host, Mark, had a shirt on that said 'Amuri Sands' so he was readily apparent and after eye contact and a brief exchange, he'd placed lei's over our heads and ushered us to "baggage claim". This is the cart that just drives around front of the airport and everyone pulls off what is theirs. (See thoughts on Amuri Sands later)
... quilt kept blowing off me. It was too hot for it in any case. We just needed a sheet that could be tucked in. I eventually tucked the extra blanket (yep, to go with the doona on a 25 degree plus night!) under the edge of the bed and laid it along the edge of the doona to try to keep it from blowing off us. It kind of worked but I had a rubbish night of little sleep. When Al suggested we go back to the room just as the horizon started to light up, I was up and outta ...
Last night we heard the roosters crowing lazily, it's a half hearted wail without any spirit at all – even the roosters here just couldn’t be bothered. Cock -a-doo…..doo…..oo… they trail off in complete tropical laziness. Perhaps they too are in mourning, apparently the shopkeeper who died carked it in the middle of a Vaka Eiva canoe race. How inconvenient. And sad. Certainly at least as sad as those pathetic rooster crows last night. (I read later in Raro ...