King's Beach Villas
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We booked a
dinner reservation at Vaima Restaurant, located past the airport.
delicious choice! We started off with
Calamari, so fresh it seemed like it had come straight from the ocean, along
with chicken and onion based wontons.
Yum. I had the Chicken Delight,
which was 2 chicken breasts, stuffed with ham, mozzarella cheese with potatoes,
kumara and pumpkin mash, all drizzed with an onion jus. It was very good. ...
... the stained glass windows of the CICC we'd seen a day or two before, but we were early, or it was cloudy, or something. But we took pics anyway. It's an impressive building.
Okay, Shipwreck Hut! What the?!? I have a review on TripAdvisor. I don't want to go through it all again, but wow...it was only the spectacular sunset that kept us there as all. Once that was done, we shot outta there! (After we'd had two bad drinks ...
... LAX, we arrived in Rarotonga at around
6:15 am on Monday, May 12. We had arranged ahead of time with Raro Rentals to
have a car waiting in the airport parking lot. They post your name in
the front window and tell you where to find your keys. First and last
day car rental and scooter in between costs roughly $185 I think. We were happy to have a car waiting. We just gathered our luggage and walked out and threw it in the trunk.
... Once upon a time, branch roads led off this to religious/ceremonial sites known as marae (more on that in a future entry). Although a few marae are still visible, the more popular reason people traverse the inner road--if they are tourists, that is--is to access various hiking paths into the rugged interior.
After some motoring along, we turned on a secondary inland road. We were looking for the start of a specific trail but saw no sign of it so parked ...
... reminding me more of Belize than anywhere else I’ve snorkelled. As the sun went down I sat and watched Reef TV: the waves relentlessly breaking on the encircling reef. They must be 4 metres tall and they shatter on the barrier reef and spread like glass on stone, a thousand curtains coming down.
I ate parrot fish for dinner which I still feel guilty about.
Day number two, began a bit poo.
To begin with I had to wake up early and make ...