Moana Sands Beachfront Hotel & Villas
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... and helpful. The happy hour and dinner down at the beach for sunset is excellent - some of the best food we've had on our trip. And we've met some beautiful people here too. It's been just delightful to be here. The island is beautiful - completely surrounded by a coral reef. It's 32 km across the island and takes about 45 minutes to go all the way around it by bus. The mountains in the middle are just beautiful. It's idyllic and we all want to come back again and explore it ...
... worse, propaganda. The first argument is always the “ticking bomb” scenario. If you could save a million people from a horrible death, wouldn’t you use torture? Firstly, there is no way to distinguish between 1 million and a lower number. Why not 500,000 or 100 or 1? Slippery slope comes to mind. Second, and more importantly, how would they ever know they were torturing the right person? The “authorities” ...
... 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 ...
... shop there as well. We saw some interesting Cook Island Ukuleles.
After the market we took the bus to Muri Beach where we had lunch at Sails Restaurant (on the beachfront). We spent a lovely couple of hours there and watched a yacht regatta get underway. Back on the bus to get back to Manuia Resort in time for Cocktails again during happy ...
Completed a ten hour overnight flight from Los Angeles to
Rarotonga the capital of the Cook Islands with Air New Zealand. In our opinion
Air New Zealand crew were the friendliest crew we have ever flown with, for
example one of the cabin crew told us to visit her sister in Tonga who runs the
only café/post office on the island!!! There was plenty of seating space and
ample room to stretch out, ahh zzzzz.