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. …
... little bit more relaxed. We were given a floral ei by the taxidriver, including fragrant gardenias, but rain accompanied our transfer ... it's tropical here! Avarua is the main town and in the north of Rarotonga and we were staying at Muri, the next largest village in the south-east. The centre has hilly jungle and everyone lives close to the 32km road which runs round the outside. There are lots ...
... We are on a budget as always as life on a tropical islands isn't cheap - but we are slowly becoming locals. Tomorrow we are going to a trek which hopefully ends with a swim in a waterfall. Also I found out that the fish I was nipped by was a trigger fish :) you can look him up to appreciate his big nose. And...I ate a "world famous- best is Rarotonga" vanilla slice, it tasted quite a bit like a normal slice - but it's something to tick of the bucket list :) Lots of island love ...
... back to Moana Sunset.
The sun was out, thought it was going to be a pretty day but like the past 3 days, clouds
rolled in and it began to rain. The wind and rain made it cold, we were not able to do any “scooting” or beach fun, we sat on the deck and watched it rain.
So, the afternoon was spent relaxing.
WE BOOKED AITUTAKI ! We decided to spend a day on the island. The thought of flying across ...
... called Paul, who showed her around the island. The following day, we met Paul at the hostel, and greeted with the owner basically accusing of breaking a coconut on her table, no idea what she was on about, a lad owned up to doing it and she was very rude about how she answered him, which was really strange, considering we we paying to stay there and they said we could eat any fruit that was growing there, of which we didn't see any! we all went to watch a cultural ...