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Prior to the visit I had noted the amount of reviews that said "get dessert first" - SO TRUE!! Chocolate eclairs are huge and the chocolate cake was deeeee-lish!
This is a place to come after an awesome day of activities. Lots of tables and...More
This is essentially a hot food market. Don’t expect to see fruit, veg & tee shirts. Pretty much every hot food variety imaginable with a Cook Islands twist prepared by locals. Plenty of seating, BYO & enjoy the atmosphere. There’s one stall for those waning...More
This night market is well attended and has a great atmosphere. There are heaps of different food stalls selling a good variety of food options. The seafood is fresh and tasty. The desserts are delicious. We loved drinking out of coconuts.
There are tables and...More
We went to the night market twice during our stay in Rarotonga. The pizzas are great and we noticed those people are there even on non-night market nights (normally Tues-Thurs and Sunday’s, always from 5pm).
The other thing we had which was really good was...More
We ate once at the Muri night markets (would have been more but so many places to try) - the only small 'problem' was parking, however the markets were great. Quite busy but plenty of seats & tables and a good choice of food and...More
Hey, we were in walking distance but the Edgewater is quite a way. You can get good deals on scooter or car hires (the more time you are there the cheaper per day) just shop around. Or the bus would be best - while not... More
Hey, we were in walking distance but the Edgewater is quite a way. You can get good deals on scooter or car hires (the more time you are there the cheaper per day) just shop around. Or the bus would be best - while not always on exact time, the bus is a great place to meet people and very friendly drivers. All the resorts have timetables at the front desk that will show when they stop by - the good thing with your resort is they go right in to pick you up & you don’t need to wait by the road.
Happy travelling :)