Sunrise Beach Bungalows
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I would definitely not recommend. Our 'free continential breakfast' was giving us a container of corn flakes, a loaf of bread and a couple of eggs the night before. Though we read online there was free internet, they said "the wires were cut" and if we wanted internet we had to buy it at a telecom. I was scared to set anything down because it would be invaded with little red ants. I found cockroaches in my suitcase after setting it on the floor overnight. Not to mention the owner's boyfriend was completely wasted and stumbling around on the first day of our stay. Don't stay there.
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... hoping for when we extended our stay here, but tomorrow is forecast to be sunny!
Sunny spells, cloudy.
Rarotonga: Day 8 (18/08)
Unbelievably we were woken to torrential rain...this was not our plan!!!
However, by the time we’d had some breakfast, the rain had stopped and some blue was visible in the sky off the coast. While Ni pottered around I put on my swimmers and ran down to the beach at the end of our path ...
Today we wake up with the sun. Roosters were not much of a presence at our location. Maybe heard one or two. A couple of chickens would walk thru our property occasionally.
Went at 8:30 to exchange our car for a scooter. We then returned using some of the inner road. Saw lots of goats, pigs, chickens and sleeping dogs.
After getting home, we pulled the kayaks out for a try. The previous day's rain blew away the heat and humidity and it was a little on the 'cool' ...
... to the trail head. A sign said that the advisable way to go was from north to south. We heeded no such warning and began to traverse the trail. It was well carved from numerous hikers, but we didn't see another soul along the way. It made a somewhat steep ascent, and some sections had ropes to assist the climb (or descent). After about 10 minutes of climbing, the trail leveled off and was quite pleasant. Dense jungle foliage surrounded us as we made ...
... USA we were quite keen to cut costs down to make sure we stuck to our
daily budget. So we decided to go for a shop to get food for the
week. Major fail on my part. I was trying to be healthy and decided
to buy a 30 pack of eggs, when we paid for it I only noticed after
we had paid for everything that the eggs came to $19 NZD. We quickly learnt this was a very expensive island unless you wanted to eat Taro and coconuts all day (Laura ...
... It was amusing declaring our 'goods'...
Security dude - "Is that all?"
Moses - "Yeah, but they're bugs... Edible bugs."
We did receive a weird look from security... But they allowed us to take them through.
The shuttle was ready for us... And the driver... Was friggin huge. Not fat (well, maybe he was a little heavy on the hips), but overall, the guy was a friggin unit... That looked suspiciously like the Walrus from Alice ...