Hot on the Rock
Being able to exchange their corporate clothing for a pair of island shorts and an apron is part of a new dream come true for young restaurant owners Guillaume and Karine Kapfer and their daughter Gabrielle.
DRIVING down Titikaveka side from Avarua at Paringa Ru, Tikioki you can’t help but notice a small yellow signboard on the right side of the road that reads “Aunty Pat’s Coco Candy.”
When she was told in Australia that she’d won a Cook Islands Tourism Award for Outstanding Contribution to Tourism, Mama Vara Hunter’s typically humble reaction was, “What! Why me?”
IMAGINE being in an environment so pristine and natural, a place where life doesn’t really give you much option to worry but to relax and to just laze around.
Cook’s Island Bus Passenger Transport Ltd has been recognised for its long years of service, winning a lifetime achievement award at the 2017 Air New Zealand Cook Islands tourism awards earlier this month.
“Shake shake shake, shake shake shake, shake your booty,” are the lyrics of a popular song and they describe exactly what the ladies of Aitutaki are going to be doing at 5pm every Mondays from now on at the Amuri Community Hall.
An innovative tour aimed aimed at giving visitors to Rarotonga that extra Cook Islands experience is the new and exclusive Backyard Shopping Tours Rarotonga.