Puataukanave International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Room service
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... the day's activities. On TV, the movie, "Castaway", starring Tom Hanks runs in the background. For dinner, I had the flank steak and Mom, the tortellini with spinach. We go to the 8pm show to see Adrian Dean, magician & juggler. He's not all that, hard to understand with his Australian accent and funky jokes. It makes us appreciate the good ones. Anyway, off to bed. Tomorrow is a tour around Alofi, Niue. Note: Unfortunately, while I've been taking pictures and movies under ...
... or shorthanded with just Tina and me onboard. There are a few people in Neiafu wanting passage to Fiji and other destinations but I think this is a great opportunity to get some more experience and there are plenty of yachts coming through for those wanting onward passage. Once we are in New Caledonia two mates of mine, Rory & Guido, are planning on joining us for the passage back to Australia.
The trip South from Apia in Samoa to Neiafu in Vava’u, ...
... of finding someone. Two hours later, Paul discovers a gate leading to another property, wakes a young girl who shuffles over to another house and bangs on a wall waking up the sleeping managers. They are mortified and apologising profusely as they wake themselves up. At this point we are utterly exhausted and we don’t CARE where we sleep because in less than 24 hours, we are about to fly on a very tiny plane on Friday ...
... There we are no longer alone. It's peak cruising time here with many boats up from NZ and many other boats like us, moving west across the Pacific or, preparing to head south for NZ. We locate a mooring ball within the anchorage and hit town for an explore. Neiafu is more boatie aware but most of the tourist money is made by expatriates - Americans, Brits, NZers, Germans etc. They are the ones that run restaurants, laundry and dive services. Tongan wages are ...
... 8217;s Cave, at the northern end of Kapa Island. We swam around in the crystal clear waters of the cave, exploring the fascinating rock formations all around us. The underwater caverns were especially fascinating. All the while, we had a big school of sardines to keep us company.
As if that wasn’t enough, just as our last day ends, we get another encounter with a mother and calf – the perfect icing on one very unforgettable ...