Muri Beach Club Hotel
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Muri Beach Club Hotel has a fantastic location. Lovely rooms and a great restaurant and bar.
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Friday 18 July
We left Aitutaki early and arrived at Muri Beach Resort in Rarotonga. This is a lovely hotel right on Muri Beach over looking the lagoon and looking out to the island. We had a nice lunch and some beer and wines while enjoying the view. Bob snorkelled in the afternoon and saw some unusual Cornet Fish almost a meter long. …
... where we saw Red tailed
tropic birds the rarest tropic bird in the world nesting with their little
chicks; Akaiami, the sea plane base for the military in the second world war,
part of the buildings and jetty still exist in this tropical paradise to this
day. At Tavaerua Nui, Quinten cooked us a lovely bbq fish lunch, this and the
neighbouring Tavaerua Iti island were used for the Shipwrecked and Survivor TV
series. After lunch we went to Tapuatai (One foot ...
... show. It was at a Village called Te Vara Nui we were picked up and taken there from the hostel as it was on the opposite side of the island near Muri beach. Firstly we started out with the meal, this was local and traditional food which all look very appetising and yummy. To start was seafood soup and for main was a buffet with lots of options there was fish, lamb and chicken and then lots of rice and potatoes, sushi and salad bar. It was ...
... the island and its residents then.
Before this though, we had just enough time to dip in the water and snorkel for a bit. Good thing we did because little did we know the rain would return the next day.
We were supposed to be picked up by the Highland Paradise tour bus at 5:15, but it was at least 20 minutes late. I had just enough time to rake the front yard--the blown in leaves from the poor weather earlier in the ...
... with, even learn a little French and suffer through some Hot Yoga. We were so lucky to spend our year on the Coast with you!!
Returning to the cold and the snow, was fun at first, although I am so over it now!! (I do remember saying the same about the rain about a year ago!) We are still adjusting to being back, still turning on wipers instead of blinkers -although managing to stay on the correct side of the road.