Manea Beach Villas
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... a waste of time since you can't see through all the bubbles when the boat is in motion and when it's at rest, your probably in the the water. With a little repositioning to allow all 36 to board, we make way for our snorkeling spot, about a mile away. The weather is the usual, around 80F, but it feels much hotter when exposed directly to the sunlight. Our crew, a motley bunch, confess that the fish are waiting for us already. They go here to the ...
... It is a very popular hike that travels over the volcanic mountains to the coast on the other side of the island. We parked our car and walked about a km. or so up the trail enjoying the peace and quiet and sounds of the birds. Along the way we had an encounter with a friendly ram goat who thought we should play with him. He had a fairly good set of horns so we shooed him away ...
... other guests did not get this advantage. But OK., even if I dont know what I have done, I enjoy it! In Rarotonga you find exclusive hotels for about 700 dollars per night, also backpackers for budget accomodation like the place where I stay. Rarotonga was the colony of NZ since 50 years ago. It has still some kings, called "Ariki" For the locals the Sunday church is traditional. They wear their best dress, women wear colorful hats. The bell of the church is ...
... a joke. The early missionaries probably brought guitars because pipe organs don't travel well, and the "natives" wanted to try them. So to keep them happy, the Europeans probably nailed a small branch to a coconut shell, strung some pandang fibre over it and voila, a little guitar. The natives gave it it's name Ukulele, which in the local dialect means "****** toy". We actually saw one of the well known locals sitting on his street bench, where he now ...
... then we went to the second of Sue Stockman's talks about leading an expedition to Antarctica , we also stayed on for Steve Brookes ,who,was talking about gardening tips and how to get rid of garden pests.He was also easy to listen to and funny,with tips we can use on our allotment. Went for dinner and then straight back to the cabin because it was still blowing and ...