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... between fishes), take some photos, do not do anything at all and not to forget eating. Pfff, it is a dirty job but somebody has got to do it...
Yesterday morning (Dec. 17) I have been to Wigmore's waterfall. The first part by bus and the last part walking. It took less time than expected to get to the waterfall. Besides that it was also smaller than expected.
Before I forget to mention. This year's Christmas will be a rainy ...
... He said he ran into the eel, it saw Ed and Ed saw it and they both turned
around and went the opposite directions as if they both scared each other.
The air was humid and the sun strong, the first real warm day on the island.
After an afternoon of sun, water and heat, we were exhausted.
Stuart’s wife came by to ...
... of cafes. The central library
was pretty cool to look around and just walking and using public
transport is always a good way to see what the locals see. We were
surprised actually, at how good the public buses and trains were,
having been told public transport is shocking in LA. They were easy
enough to work out (no particular stop names, just the names of the
two streets of the cross-junction it stopped at), frequent, clean and
mega cheap! The only ...
... 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, ...
... stones set into the ground. Bill and I decided, because we couldn't find either one of the two on the map, that the locals probably don't want tourists poking around and finding them. Nothing is marked very well on the island anyway, so it's not surprising we missed what we were looking for!
After a pit stop in Avarua (we completely encircled the island again), we stopped for cheap burgers at a pretty low-brow roadhouse. We ...