Pandanus Beach Resort & Spa
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Kids pool
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Head for the Beach! I thought I would never utter those words! In the last 20 years, I think we have collectively only spent about 6 hours by a Hotel Pool or Sea. The most in one hit was 2 hours in Rarotonga when after entertaining the whole resort by falling of a Kayak boredom set in and off we went in search of local "stuff"!! However, 5 days of "GLIMP" weather has caused the us to pull the "ripcord " on this area and head South and down the Island in search of sun. There ...
... until 22nd of December when the next step in the secret process could be carried out. It sounded intriguing and I was sorry to have missed it ;) We went for swim after the ceremony and hung out by the pool. Later we decided to head into town and called 2 tuktuks. We knew the guys that arrived and one let us have a drive around the circular driveway in his tuktuk, heaps of fun. I was told off for going to fast and risking tipping it over. We went to the old market area ...
... club at 3 so I was able to do some reading and writing sitting on the wall overlooking the sea. Lots of the locals came over to chat and see what I was doing with one man stood over my shoulder reading what I was writing. We then went for some tea. Steve wanted to go to a small local area for food. We went into the city when it was getting dark. I felt out of my comfort zone as had no idea where we were. We found a small area ...
... about the Fort local people sometimes refer to the Old Tow. We climbed the fortress and walked around. Despite the warm weather there were plenty of tourists. Once we reached a lighthouse we walked down the fortress and continued to the Maritime Archeology Museum. We were literally dead. Neither of us wanted to keep walking. After we kept moving from one place to another for almost one month without having a proper rest we finally got tired. We were exhausted and hot.
... was 7pm in the evening). We did some tuk tuk bartering and headed onward to the hostel to get some sleep. By the time we arrived (after the driver being lost for the best part of an hour) it was dark and absolutely hammering down with rain. We found the hostel on the 3rd floor of a block of flats, essentially someones appartment. There was no one else statying there so we had a cramped little dorm to ourselves and bedded ...