King's Beach Villas
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... day was also going to be Saturday as we had crossed the International Date Line ... Chris did take a pic of the screen on the plane, but from planning the trip to now, with so much in between, I'd forgotten all about it! The warm air hit us as we got off the plane and we waited for our luggage we listened to Uncle Jack and his ukulele who has made everyone's arrival at Avarua Airport for the last 17 years or ...
We flew in the Aitutaki on Sunday and had the most beautiful view flying out of Rarotonga and into Aitutaki- after flying in at night when we originally arrived, it was so exciting to see the Cook Islands by day. We are enjoying soaking up the islands as tourist and I was very excited to receive my welcome Lei. Monday was the most fabulous day - we spent the day cruising the lagoon of the second most beautiful island in the pacific - runner ...
... and a bit about local medicines. Australia got a special mention for our use of Lucas' pawpaw cream. Pawpaw is used commonly here for its medicinal properties. It was interesting to find out that the Cook Islands is supposed to be where the Mauri people of New Zealand descended from. Also interesting to know: that of the 15 islands that make up the Cook Islands, Captain James Cook only made it to one of them - but the islands were named after him because ...
... to realise that the sunspray had exploded during the flight and despite being in a waterproof bag had leaked everywhere. With it being waterproof it proved a real pain to try to wash it off everything, until we gave up and went to bed hoping for a better day on the island tomorrow.
Rarotonga: Day 2 (12/08)
Slipping into holiday mode we had a nice lie-in before heading out to either get a bus or hire a scooter so we ...
... That took some tracking down down. Sherlock Holmes style.
Eventually we located where we could buy tickets after getting vague directions from no less than 6people. We managed to get a few pics of the bimmer in front of a pretty church building.
Then it really hammered down so we retreated back to our bungalow with some parrot fish and chips and had an evening in. It became too wet to even bother to go out. We had our own supplies so we were all ...