Rarotonga Beach Bungalows
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... voor een vlucht van 3 kwartier.
Na aankomst op het pittoreske Aitutaki eerst in een vrachtwagen een rondje over het eiland en vervolgens de boot ingegaan. De tocht voert door de turquoise wateren in de lagunes van het eiland. Na een stop op Honeymoon island (nee, ik ben niet getrouwd) maken we een bijzondere snorkelstop. Op de plek zwemmen namelijk een aantal travellye fishes (als iemand de Nederlandse vertaling weet...) van zeker een ...
... the “Red Vaka” as we were told about the legends of the Tinomana Tribe by the driver on our way. The arrival was neat, up in the
mountains at the actual site of this tribe.
We had pre dinner drinks and music then a fantastic buffet style dinner with all the local
foods, followed by an amazing show, telling the story of the tribe via dance
... 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 ...
... get the hang of it then they put the weights in and deflated the vest so I could go down to the bottom of the pool and I did ok, don't feel confident for a deep sea dive though. Malc has dived before so he used it as a bit of a refresher. Late afternoon we went for a walk and took a road inland, very lush green with just a few houses not much happens around here, it seems a very slow pace of life.
Thursday, windy today so having a relax with a good book. Went for a ...
Since today was our last full day in Rarotonga, we pulled out our map and circled some spots we wanted to visit for the last time then headed off on the scooter to see what we might see.
We actually didn't see a whole lot. The first stop, Maire Nui botanical gardens, wasn't really open for business; or at least their garden cafe wasn't. Also, there was a donation box asking for $5 p/p to walk around, so we didn't spend a whole lot ...