Gina's Akaiami Beach Lodge

Address: PO Box 10, Aitutaki, Southern Cook Islands, Cook Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on PO Box 10, Aitutaki.
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    Travel Blogs from Aitutaki

    If you can catch 'em, you can eat 'em

    A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on Mar 06, 2015

    15 photos

    ... protest) used to do his Maths homework) and the shower which has been cobbled together from odd bits of lumber, yellow door glass and a scrap of pool liner which moves about along with the plug hole while your showering. The other incredibly satisfying thing about staying at this small beachside guesthouse is the luxury resort nextdoor, where a night in an air conditioned double room and a sun lounger next to the Skinners will set you back a cool 300! Some things ...

    Day trip to Aitutaki

    A travel blog entry by rfritzjr on Aug 12, 2014

    24 photos

    ... back to the airport by 3pm.

    On arrival, nobody was around, we were the only ones. We took pictures by the check in counter, a memory of my UAL days. It was fun, being so isolated and care free at an airport. Our departure, flight 619 left at 4:40pm. No id, no security, nothing. We had a good flight back to Rarotonga, arriving about 5pm.

    Back to Moana Sunset, took a shower and headed to the Kikau Hut for dinner. We then called it a ...

    Aitutaki - Day 5, Day 6 and Day 7

    A travel blog entry by teals on Jul 15, 2014

    16 photos

    ... the handmans shed and he was able to fix the peddle. The Marine Research Centre was fascinating with tanks of the Blue Clams all at different stages of development. These clams are a delicacy and are now not plentiful in the ocean. The research centre is funded from Australia but look like it could do with a lot more dollars poured into it.
    By now it was extremely hot, the hottest day ...

    Fianl Thoughts and Pictures

    A travel blog entry by emmechelle on Jun 22, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... people were refreshing in their hospitality and good nature, but still a bit reserved.

    The lagoon in Aitutaki was truly stunning, but I felt that was really the only thing that was made this trip unique to other trips. I've not been to Tahiti or Fiji, or Seychelles, or the Maldives, but the Turks and Caicos rival the white sand and blue water, and Cozumel rivals the snorkeling. The ...

    Friday, May 23 plus Etu Moana Review

    A travel blog entry by emmechelle on May 23, 2014

    6 photos

    Etu Moana deserves it's own entry. It was truly a top notch accommodation. I wish we could have afforded to stay longer. The units were so nice with the full kitchen and outdoor showers as extras. We didn't even have time to use the kitchen.

    The staff was amazing. Every single one of them was friendly and accommodating, beyond the scope of their job description. The set-up is beautiful. Each bungalow ...