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  Reply # 2087537 11-Sep-2018 14:36
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Can someone tell me why Aitutaki is adults only? Thanks


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  Reply # 2087542 11-Sep-2018 14:45
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It's not!




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  Reply # 2087552 11-Sep-2018 14:51
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hairy1: It's not!

 

Ah ok maybe it was a resort I was looking at. Thanks


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  Reply # 2087556 11-Sep-2018 14:57
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I don't have a spiritual bone in my body but ... if you are there on a Sunday go stand outside a church service.  Singing is pretty amazing.

 

Also a little tip for drinking beer: Island time is not your friend when you're thirsty.  When your first beer eventually arrives, order your second one.  By the time they get around to delivering it, you will have finished your first. 





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  Reply # 2087577 11-Sep-2018 15:09
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I went as a kid with my sister. Maybe 12 or so? She was 10.

We were there for 2 weeks, after staring at the bottom of the ocean, then staring at coconut trees, then the horizon, then somewhere else on the beach then staring at the carpet in your suite and repeating there isn't much else to do.
We did a typical horse trek and walks here and there which were OK, swam and snorkeled etc, Rarotonga is just a little basic.

 

I will never go back but I'd consider Samoa or Fiji.





 


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  Reply # 2087584 11-Sep-2018 15:15
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Batman:

Can someone tell me why Aitutaki is adults only? Thanks



Haven’t you heard about the things that go on there!?

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  Reply # 2087619 11-Sep-2018 15:37
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Batman:

 

Can someone tell me why Aitutaki is adults only? Thanks

 

 

Clothes optional and a lot of people who ask if you like jazz ...





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  Reply # 2087625 11-Sep-2018 15:40
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MikeAqua:

 

Batman:

 

Can someone tell me why Aitutaki is adults only? Thanks

 

 

Clothes optional and a lot of people who ask if you like jazz ...

 

 

 

 

I am too young to get the jazz part, but sounds juicy mixed in with a nudist colony. 





 


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  Reply # 2087819 11-Sep-2018 21:18
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Coil:

 

I went as a kid with my sister. Maybe 12 or so? She was 10.

We were there for 2 weeks, after staring at the bottom of the ocean, then staring at coconut trees, then the horizon, then somewhere else on the beach then staring at the carpet in your suite and repeating there isn't much else to do.
We did a typical horse trek and walks here and there which were OK, swam and snorkeled etc, Rarotonga is just a little basic.

 

I will never go back but I'd consider Samoa or Fiji.

 

 

Oh my. That is some quintessential spoilt brat right there.


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