We’ve had a great time hanging out here in Aitutaki, but because the internet is slow, we haven’t had much ability to post photos to our photo site. Instead, we’ll share some of our favorites here, and we’ll post the rest once we get somewhere more connected.

Locals hanging out on the docks by the lagoon

Locals hanging out on the docks by the lagoon


Sunset over Aitutaki's lagoon

Sunset over Aitutaki's lagoon


Sunset over Aitutaki's lagoon

Sunset over Aitutaki's lagoon


View from on top of Mt. Maungapu

View from on top of Mt. Maungapu, Aiututaki's highest point


The local sailing club

The local sailing club has Optis, Lasers and Hobies


Flyfishing on the north end of the lagoon

Flyfishing on the north end of the lagoon. We hear bonefish are good sport.


View from the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa

View from the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa


Cabana at the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa

Cabana at the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort & Spa


Amazing burger at Kuku's

Amazing burger at Kuku's. It had carrots, bacon, cheese, cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuce, and marinara sauce on it.


On another note, we found out that 2 of Aitutaki’s motus were host to the Survivor: Cook Islands season. That makes this the second Survivor location we’ve visited on our travels so far. The first was in the Las Perlas Archipelago in Panama.

We intend to leave for Rarotonga sometime tomorrow, and should be there by Tuesday midday.

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