King's Beach Villas
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... As the speed dial didn’t work on our scooter (we were told this is normal) we weren’t sure how fast we were going, but just like everyone else we were in no rush so spent the rest of the afternoon doing our circuit. We stopped at some beautiful beaches with picture perfect turquoise water and light yellow/white soft sand. All we were missing was the sun to come out, which it kind of did for about 10 minutes before hiding back behind clouds.
Back at the ...
... 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 ...
... The speeches were interesting and thankfully short and we had Cook Island music and dance to underline the festivities.Then there was an excellent Buffet dinner to finish the evening on a good note.
This morning was the first day of the competition. I am one of the Chiefs of the Jumps events. The beautiful warm weather of the last couple of days turned on its head today. It was overcast and began to rain early. By the time the afternoon ...
... was just an optical illusion. The thought of landing at Aitutaki with one
propeller didn’t excite us.
We arrived an hour later at our budget beachfront bungalow
which had lovely views of the lagoon.
The first evening we celebrated Chris’s birthday having a
cocktail at Aitutaki Resort beachfront bar followed by a meal and drinks with
the locals at the nearby Boatshed Restaurant. James ‘the local’ invited us and
We had planned to go to a beach but the weather was poor so we went to the internet cafe to sort some things out for New Zealand. We got a lift back with Charlotte from the hostel and called at the supermarket for some alcohol for later. We cooked our tea and got ready to go on the party bus. This is a bus with music on and disco lights that drives round the island and takes you too different bars. Like a pub crawl but no need to crawl around, ...