Te Manava Luxury Villas & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... sorts of local food like kebabs, curries and burgers. I had a delicious chicken stew cooked with local spinach, but the locals don't really understand vegetarian so we didn't go again. One night we went to a resort for their Cultural Evening, and had a selection of Polynesian dishes, and a show with drummers and dancers which was fun. Chris has a fascination with Captain Cook, so finding out we could visit ...
... lagoon and explore a few surrounding islands :) it is amazing to think you can be the only ones on an islands. The afternoon I spent floating in the lagoon and cruising the island in our hire car :) there are about 4 delis on the island, a petrol station and a mechanic and a lot of villas and resorts - you also have to buy your water here because even after you boil it, the water still tastes like ocean :) To finish the day - we pretended ...
... 2 full days thanks to our awesome hosts who took us out on their small private boat. When we returned to Rarotonga, we were scared the weather would be dismal for the remainder of our days there. Luckily, the weather reporters were wrong and we had the chance to explore the island, relax on the beach, kayak, and finally complete the cross island trek in the mountains on our last day (which was more difficult than we were lead to believe). Next stop - New ...
... a few showers on route. Once we were in, the sea was really nice so we spent a while there before returning through more showers to our hostel for a hot shower and a cup of tea.
For dinner we went back to the market and tried some local Mahi Mahi fish with rice and curry sauce (delicious) and some homemade pineapple cheesecake (looked ugly, but again delicious). The rest of the evening was spent relaxing and reading (and writing this).
Cloudy, showers, cool.
On Monday morning we had a couple of hours with the car we had hired. We drove into Avarua and looked into a couple of the souvenir shops. There was very little there to buy but we did get a couple of wrap-around skirts for the little girls. We then took the car back to the resort. I did stop and take a photo of the very low key Parliament building.
After lunch at the Edgewater we took the bus to the stadium for a meeting for all technical ...