Gina's Garden Lodges
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... had on our holiday and the bike ride back to Tamanu took a bit longer. Two beers and a cold swim later we were starting to cool down. The evening was an Island night with dancing, singing and fire dancing. The food included a huge array of salads. It was an extremely hot evening.
During the day we chatted to some of the people who had been on the boat tour the previous day.
... the lagoon to look, not touch. We were okay with that as we had had a snorkel-heavy cruise earlier and just wanted to sit back and enjoy the view. Lunch is served on board at an actual table. Very good spread. You also get an hour and 1/2 on One Foot Island for lots of photo opps. You can stay on the boat fully covered, or be on sun loungers.
I would assume 'entertainment' on board is subject to change depending on who ...
... I had a little mini-panic attack in my mind. We are here for a WEEK!! I thought we just spent a butt-load of money to be in the twilight zone! I was writing my thoughts in my journal while I was sweating with a tiny fan pointed straight at me, yet not doing a thing, and by glow of a book light so as to keep the bug population down. All the while I kept saying to myself...Trip Advisor has told me this place is great...I have to give it time. And then I tried to sleep...
... Arae Ra. Mr Henrys' Villa was just right for us, cheaper and more secluded than a resort, we can cook food to our own liking, well equipped and came complete with pool.
We decide as we fly back out over the magnificent motu and coral reef that the best view of Aitutaki lagoon is definitely by air, it simply can’t be fully appreciated at water level. Though despite it’s stunning visual appeal, it’s not like Samoa for snorkelling or as magnificent as our own ...
... I can understand they want to keep the riff raff out (which is indeed us) and good for them. It’s one of those well kept beach-raked overly tidy and stiff looking resorts, all very manicured and unnatural. We almost booked an accommodation deal here, I’m soo glad we didn’t.
We exit the most uninviting islet we have found yet. The ferry driver empasthises with our dismay and invites us to the golf club for afternoon drinks. As if we havent ...