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A holiday on Rarotonga can be anything you want it to be. Some people come for celebrations, joyous flings featuring weddings and boozy brunches and cocktails under the stars. Others come for adventure, to scale peaks and spear fish and...Read More
For over 100 years the Ziona Church bell has rung at ten o’ clock every Sunday morning over the quiet villages of Oiretumu and Ngatiarua, calling the faithful to worship – and dressed in their best, the villagers have gathered...Read More
Large hands, scarred, move gently over intricate patterns carved into mahogany, the handle of a Mangaia adze.
Papa Tuaiva Moutairi speaks in lilting dialect of a home island, explaining to visiting Mangaia expatriate Tanara Maarametua Buchanan meanings of a traditional motif...Read More
Party Johnson wraps a baited hook in a fanu leaf. He says a prayer, ties the little parcel loosely to a rock with nylon line, and drops it into the sea.Read More