Te Vakaroa Villas
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today is market day! The best day of the week!!! It means drinking coconuts and banana! Life does revolve around fruit here :) In elective news - we have done one week in the hospital! We mainly see patients who are after GP level services so we write out a lot of scripts and see people with sprains, skin conditions, and chronic diseases. There is also some dog bites, fish poisoning and coral infections. There is a lot of conditions related to obesity and diet and health ...
... 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.
... the Saturday markets so we agreed to return it later for a clean. Was it filthy and in a knocked about state!!!-it looked like it had been used to bush bash and the inside was full of grit.
Finally off to markets. We watched a wonderful display of children performing island dancing -very cute. I bought a couple of things, including the biggest caramel ganache filled doughnut I have ever had-must have another before we ...
Breakfast in: eggs with cheese, oatmeal with banana and Turkish toast. Decided to scooter the part of the upper island road that we'd not been on yet. Basically from our spot then around to the East. We got caught in a brief but heavy rainshower. We pulled under a tree and took pictures of each other getting soaking wet!
We continued around thru town and back around anti-clockwise on the main road. Stopped to take pictures of ...
... at Vaima's before settling back in at our cozy little house. Tough life, eh?
That's about it for this entry. Tomorrow we are going to hook up with an artist that I bought a painting from 7 years ago. We're meeting her at her shop at the market in Avarua--she's making a special trip out there, as it's usually closed except on Saturdays. This should be interesting!