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To Heaven and Back

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I have just returned from Rarotonga and Aitutaki, I am sure I must have really gone to heaven. These remote islands, only accessible from the US one day a week via Air New Zealand are most surely paradise.
We stayed on the south coast of Raro at the Palm Grove, a small property with a friendly and helpful staff. It is located on the best beach on the island for snorkeling and kayaking.
Our day trip to Aitutaki was a "Bucket List" unforgetable trip! Certianly the most beautiful beach in the entire world.
I thought the Cooks were pricey but US standards but have no regrets over the trip.

Kia Orana

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