Te Vakaroa Villas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the rain was bucketing down and the wind picked up. I ran a Long Jump for Junior women at 1pm and we got very wet. I then had another Long Jump and then was scheduled to run the Senior Men's High Jump at 4pm. This was postponed until 5pm because the rain was pouring down and the wind was strong. However, at 5pm we started the event, even though it was still raining lightly. We completed the event through driving rain but we manged without any ...
... and slightly dirty/spidery room
and a poor excuse of a kitchen but hey, we made it and we were ready
to rest for a week. And rest we did. A couple of afternoons were
spent on the beach and snorkelling the coral but most of our time was
spent lounging around in the covered common area at the hostel
reading our books and chatting to people due to the rainy weather
that wouldn't go away. We did manage to explore the island too, using
their very frequent ...
... and travelled around the
main island which has few roads many of which could be mistaken for farmers
tracks, on the map but definitely unclassified roads. Hazards to look out for consisted
of; chickens crossing the road, falling coconuts and goats with kids!!
If you want to get away from it all this is the place to go the
only downside to mention is that the mosquitos are vicious ‘b…s’ particularly
liking Andy’s blood!!!
... came into the restaurant to teach us some of the moves and have photos. They were all really lovely and helped us, despite the fact we looked ridiculous they didn't once laugh. Afterwards it was time for desert, again lots of choice and lots of different local fruits! It was a lovely way to end the night, experiencing the Maori culture. We were then took the bus back the hostel, it had been an enjoyable night and a good want to end our time in ...
... root chunks, taro leaves cooked in coconut cream, long beans, potato salad, raw fish soaked in lime juice (I didn't have any), pork, chicken, coconut bread, papaya, etc. etc. Oh, and chop suey. What?? Dessert was cake and pudding and more fruit.
After the show, we were bussed back down the mountain to our respective accommodations. It was going on 10 p.m., and we'd had a busy day so turned in for the last time at Aloha Mana.