Moana Sands Beachfront Hotel & Villas
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... our way to the terminal and the nice people at Air New Zealand gave us an agent escort through the airport, through security, and right to our gate. Sadly, we did not have time for Pinkberry or to find Leonardo DiCaprio on Tinder. LAX trip wasted :(. We did manage to find some cherry coke to bring with us on the plane, so not totally wasted. Our Air New Zealand flight to Rarotonga was a delight. We had no one beside us, so an extra ...
... of a small English village and can be walked across in approximately 10mins flat including the harbour, the government offices and all the shops. The place needless to say is utterly deserted. - The crowd of people waiting for our bus when it arrives, all clutching plastic bags of food and drink, are the last people in town leaving on what is (I now know) the last bus. We eventually find a tiny shop on the verge of packing up and buy up loads of tins and packets and some ...
... 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
Woke up this morning and it is hissing down.
So not much happening except getting the blog up to date and grabbing a few DVD's. Barry caught up on some Top Gear episodes. We have curled up under the doona to doze and just generally relaxed. Disappointing but we have needed it.
We are off to our island experience tonight ...
... or two each of about 6 different kinds of fish. Not great, but still fun.
We went into town in the afternoon to exchange our scooter for a car to schlepp our things back to airport the next morning. First we ate at Sea-Salt on the main road between town and the airport. Super good! The fish of the day was Parrot fish, who knew! The best fish and chips I've had in a long while. Husband got a burger and it lived up to his burger ...