Gina's Akaiami Beach Lodge
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... It had pedals like a bicycle but you only used them for placing your feet. We spent the day traveling around the island stopping now and then. We returned our scooter and had dinner at a restaurant right next to the scooter rental place. When we were ready to go home, one of the staff at the restaurant drove us back. How great was that? Tomorrow we leave here at 9:30 to catch our flight to Atiu. Here are pictures of our ...
... they hand you a boarding ticket. You don't even have to show I D. It takes 3 minutes. Boarding takes about 5 min. You get in your seat, buckle up, the co-pilot gives a 15 second safety talk and the plane goes. We flew from Mangaia back to Rarotonga and had a bit of a wait before our flight to Aitutaki so we asked the Air Rarotonga agent if we could leave our bags with them. Of course , no problem. When it was time ...
... tailed tropic birds wheel and glide endlessly above the trees.
This is where the words run out; where time slows to a crawl and the true beauty of the island takes hold of you...Watch out, its grip is strong, strong enough to last a whole lifetime, - out here where the cream-coloured sand bars trail across the topaz water of the lagoon; just the clatter of the palms, the cries of the birds and the warm wind ruffling the water.
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We got up early, 5:30am, had breakfast then left for the Rarotonga Airport at 6:30am. We parked the rental car in the airport parking lot and checked in with Air Rarotonga for our flight to Aitutaki.
To our surprise, they didn't ask for our id, we didn’t go through any type of security check and the boarding area was was right by the door leading to the tarmac. It was odd to us, coming from such a security based country.
... the sun go down.
Wednesday July 16
Today we did a lagoon trip on Aitutaki Adventure Cruises. The boat was a catamaran barge with front and back on and off load. Our captain was Puna and he owned the tourist dive boat. A couple of hours snorkelling in the morning where Bob saw giant clams, lots of small fish and pretty coral. Then we had some time on Honeymoon Island ...