Te Manava Luxury Villas & Spa
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... fish, calamari rings, prawn fingers accompanied by small spring rolls and samosas withe the ubiquitous chips. Very delicious and very generous. We each had a fruit juice based Mocktail which was very nice. With good food, great views and serenity thrown in it was a great way to while away an hour or two.
When we resumed our drive it did not take long to arrive at the main town again. What a contrast to yesterday. Hardly a person ...
... all but one
of the coasters we wanted to do with no repeats. Pretty sure we
almost blacked out on Goliath, broke a couple of bones on the wooden
coaster, got concussion from the riddle, felt sick after the standing
ride of Batman and kept our hearts in our mouths after superman but
our favourite was X2. A fifth dimensional ride, your looking up,
spinning around, facing down, heading forwards, rushing
backwards...awesome ride. To top the day off, we made ...
... or two each of about 6 different kinds of fish. Not great, but still fun.
We went into town in the afternoon to exchange our scooter for a car to schlepp our things back to airport the next morning. First we ate at Sea-Salt on the main road between town and the airport. Super good! The fish of the day was Parrot fish, who knew! The best fish and chips I've had in a long while. Husband got a burger and it lived up to his burger ...
... We found ourselves sitting at a picnic table, chatting with them both. It was highly interesting to hear about their lives and their livelihood. Maria said she has 57 first cousins, and her mom had 99 first cousins, all on the island. Wayne said he was 48th generation Rarotongan. They both said that between genealogy and oral histories which have been passed down, they could trace their lineage back to the origins of the island. (We learned ...
... We also had lots of fresh fruit to eat which was from the main island, everything tasted so good. After the meal the crew put on a show; firstly starting with more music getting the audience involved again. They had been really funny, very friendly and great entertainers all day, you could tell they passionately loved their jobs. They also showed us how to husk a coconut and remove the outer skin, then remove the coconuts lid to get the juice inside. Everyone believe ...