King's Beach Villas
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... was delighted to have a group of future doctors to play for and was even more excited to be able to show us a skin condition on his palm. In return for our knowledge he has promised nice cheap "doctor rates" at a resort he owns when we return in the future. We have had more rain this week as the tropical weather set in :) it doesn't change much - it is still hot enough to go swimming, so we swim in the rain. There is cyclone near Tahiti so we are ...
... test officer’ didn’t even watch me as she was too busy chatting to Ni! Getting the bike took longer than we would have hoped as everything here runs on island time. No-one rushes to do anything or go anywhere. We could definitely learn a thing or two from these islanders.
Finally we set off around the island on our scooter. We opted to go round clockwise. There is essentially one road that goes all the way around and you can either go clockwise or ...
... of us had their seats back and kept moving around,
causing the seats backs to shake, spilling our drinks, etc. It was beginning to become a little
uncomfortable due to no TV, not space and at that point wondered if we should have
upgraded to business class.
About 2 hours prior to arrival, breakfast was served. We had omelets with has brown tater tots, fruit and yogurt with juice.
We landed at 6:15 am local time.
... the stalls all the while being blasted by the most irritating music. I think it was Gospel something being played Don Ho style with ukelele's and bad singing. I'm sorry, but really, who likes this?! Cracks me up!
We were so hot and there was a booth making fresh fruit smoothies. $5 each and they were quite delicious and refreshing. I bought a necklace at Tokerau Jim's. I felt like I got ...
... We found ourselves sitting at a picnic table, chatting with them both. It was highly interesting to hear about their lives and their livelihood. Maria said she has 57 first cousins, and her mom had 99 first cousins, all on the island. Wayne said he was 48th generation Rarotongan. They both said that between genealogy and oral histories which have been passed down, they could trace their lineage back to the origins of the island. (We learned ...