Moana Sands Beachfront Hotel & Villas
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... 2 full days thanks to our awesome hosts who took us out on their small private boat. When we returned to Rarotonga, we were scared the weather would be dismal for the remainder of our days there. Luckily, the weather reporters were wrong and we had the chance to explore the island, relax on the beach, kayak, and finally complete the cross island trek in the mountains on our last day (which was more difficult than we were lead to believe). Next stop - New ...
... it was dark so we went on foot and all our local eateries seemed to be closed early so we went into a shop to get some food to cook. Coming out of the shop the rain was back so despite scurrying back as quick as we could our last remaining dry clothes were soaked!
A tea of eggs, beans and toast with some local beers combined with a good chat with the young German couple made for a nice ending to a ‘challenging’ day.
N & J
... 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 ...
This morning we scootered to Coco Latte for breakfast. Husband got the basic breakfast of eggs, bacon and toast with an iced mocha. It was fairly non-exciting. I just go a muffin with cream and (what I came here for....) the Nu Shake. ($35 total) The shake was REALLY cold and delicious! And since I got the last coconut, probably from the day before, it was a little small. But one of the staff went across to Wigmore's and bought more, and the ...
... but not much to see and on the way back we got off at The Mooring Cafe for the most exquisite and freshest tuna sandwich and a crumbed Mahi Mahi fish sandwich (as usual we shared, so we can try both), think we will be going back there for another lunch.
Wednesday we changed to our ocean facing room with a stunning view of the turquoise lagoon, it can't get any better than this. Malc and I had a complimentary scuba diving lesson in the pool today, it took me a few ...