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... hubby wouldn't have gone looking for his choice. Which was fish and chips. So not the best fish, but he was so impressed with the service. The lady searched through her juices for the coldest one for him and then when the chips were taking too long, the young girl there was very concerned for his wait. Of course, he was fine waiting, because it's "Island Time" and it was just a big people watching show! So 2 meals, a large drink and ...
... 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, ...
... rain, reading, and now that it is midafternoon, watching an action/thriller DVD. Oh, and catching up on the blog. Really hoping tomorrow is better. Looks like the extended forecast is favorable. We might take in an island night show or a cultural demonstration here or there. Otherwise, a few more days of relaxation (it really is relaxing here, notwithstanding my negative comments), and then it will be back to the daily grind...earning money in order to do this all over again! :)
... was a little bigger than we thought and took quite a while to walk to the main town. The Island is 32km in circumference, still very very small in comparison to the UK and a local bus runs in both directions clockwise and anti clockwise every hour and takes 50mins to do one lap. We stopped off for breakfast on the way round in a cafe, then had a walk on he beach. Whilst doing the last stretch on the path towards the town a local guy offered us a lift to ...
... sand as I approached. Back in town I stocked up some goodies me from Foodland, the biggest supermarket in town. I was horrified to see the sign 'ten items or less'. Up until then I had been impressed with the high standard of English. On the way back I popped into the T-shirt shop and bought a bargain for $10. In the evening I walked back to the Indian restaurant I'd spotted earlier. It was Friday night for God's sake and they had an all-you-can-eat buffet for $19. Very ...