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... before heading out. We spent majority of our day at a place called black rock, literally a beach with an area of volcanic black rocks, but it was really nice, with a nice view over the coral. When we got back, we got to speak to emily properly, and spent the rest of the night getting to know each other, and talking about our crazy housemate, who left the night before, and how the islands bring out the crazy people. She had spent the day with a man stopping in ...
... visited the various shops there (which was kind of disappointing), got our small rental car, and drove on. Oh, our little under water "wallet" broke so we were hoping to get one in the dive shop there. But it was closed. On the door there was a sign saying "back in 10 minutes". We waited for at least 15 minutes, there was no sign of the shop owner. We were told this is island 10 minutes, which meant at least 2 hours :-)
Our first stop ...
... View Lodge, Rarotonga). Went to the park next to our lodge for dinner where the local people had food tents and music, a great night out and the food was yummy.
Friday we had two good walks and also enjoyed watching the island's youth schools have their kayaking competition on the lagoon. After lunch we took the kayak out to a small island the other side of the lagoon which was great fun. Paddling off the beach the other side we saw lots of beautiful coloured fish, ...
Being the gluttons for punishment that we are, we booked bikes again for our day on Rarotonga. The road around Raro is completely flat and pretty much the same distance as Bora Bora – 32 km.
We weren't in any race to get off the ship so went down to the tender station at about 10. After we boarded we were surprised that the bikes followed us on, then the usual pier set-up – tent, plant pots, esky, towels etc. ...
... Jacks' shack sits on the edge of the sea in the main town on the island and we had seats overlooking the bay. We tucked into our lunch (Kellie had maimai, which was the fish of the day) and I had shrimp gumbo. We washed them down with some cocktails and would have stayed to enjoy the view but as we were eating the heavens opened. This wouldn't normally have mattered except for the fact that it was a 3-4 mile ride back to our hotel on our ...