Manea Beach Villas
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... has taken a really bad turn and is cool windy and drizzly. Perfect for a convertible!!!
We turned off the outer coastal road to see the waterfall. What a great stretch of road- we had to select the best pothole to drive over as there was more potholes than bitumen. Anyway we got to the waterfall which probably would be lovely after some heavy rain to flush out the rock pools.
So the rain was getting more than drizzly and we went to lbv again ...
... High Jump commenced at 9am. The sun was out but we still had some passing showers. From there we rolled through 3 more events. Two Long Jumps and the Men's Senior Triple. All went well. The program finished at 3pm and we had a group photo of officials on the track after that. It was a great three days of renewing acquaintances, making new friends and participating in an enjoyable event with Cook Island Hospitality.
... welcome. The customs and passport officers were friendly and efficient and as we emerged into the outside arrivals area we were greeted by Ina Marsters, the President of Cook Island Aths with beautiful flower leis and crowns and ushered onto the waiting buses to take us to our accommodation. We are all staying at the Edgewater Resort, a rambling series of rooms and bungalows set amongst beautiful tropical ...
... all but one
of the coasters we wanted to do with no repeats. Pretty sure we
almost blacked out on Goliath, broke a couple of bones on the wooden
coaster, got concussion from the riddle, felt sick after the standing
ride of Batman and kept our hearts in our mouths after superman but
our favourite was X2. A fifth dimensional ride, your looking up,
spinning around, facing down, heading forwards, rushing
backwards...awesome ride. To top the day off, we made ...
... where we saw Red tailed
tropic birds the rarest tropic bird in the world nesting with their little
chicks; Akaiami, the sea plane base for the military in the second world war,
part of the buildings and jetty still exist in this tropical paradise to this
day. At Tavaerua Nui, Quinten cooked us a lovely bbq fish lunch, this and the
neighbouring Tavaerua Iti island were used for the Shipwrecked and Survivor TV
series. After lunch we went to Tapuatai (One foot ...