Te Manava Luxury Villas & Spa
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By the end of the day I was saturated, wet through to my underwear. All I wanted was a hot shower and a drink!! So Paradise does have its drawbacks.
We returned to the resort and decided to stay there for dinner. When we went to the casual dining area we were joined by Alan Cherry from New Zealand, an old friend. He told us it was his 75th Birthday so we gladly shared the night with him and celebrated an important milestone!
... that went two ways, clockwise and
anticlockwise, and saw the local houses, shops, beaches, harbour,
many burger shacks and the mountains looming in the middle of the
island. We wanted to do the cross island trek over them but we were
told it was dangerous in wet weather so we never really had the
chance. We made it to the Saturday market though, thanks to our time
travelling skills, which was cool to look around and see the original
Woke up to hot and humid! And no breezes. To think that before we'd left home, I kept an eye on the weather and it looked like it would be COOL! We packed a couple of long-sleeved shirts each and a light jacket in preparation. Not needed!
After loading up and straightening our bungalow, we said goodbye to Titikaveka and Sand Between Your Toes and headed to the Punanga Nui market in Avarua. We ...
We had planned to go to a beach but the weather was poor so we went to the internet cafe to sort some things out for New Zealand. We got a lift back with Charlotte from the hostel and called at the supermarket for some alcohol for later. We cooked our tea and got ready to go on the party bus. This is a bus with music on and disco lights that drives round the island and takes you too different bars. Like a pub crawl but no need to crawl around, ...
Woke early to the crowing of the resident roosters, the cheep of baby chickens, and not even a breath of a breeze. Looked like it was going to be a hot and humid kind of day.
We hit the road after breakfast and drove straight to the Te Punanga Mui Market in Avarua. We got there shortly before 10. Drove up to Maria File's hut (#37) but she wasn't there yet. Decided to grab a cup of coffee from a nearby little cafe/shack and drank them down. When ...