1) Eat breakfast
Here’s a brilliant way to begin your day in Raro – take a slice of locally-grown pawpaw, peel one of the island’s thin-skinned ladyfinger bananas, squeeze the juice of a segment of lime over it all, and eat. It’s delicious sunshine on a plate.
It’s inexpensive, too. Right now in Rarotonga pawpaws are as little as $3 at any shop or roadside stall, and bananas are around $6 for a bunch of six or eight. Limes are around $6 a kilogram.
Most days we figured that was easily inexpensive enough to go for seconds.
Rarotonga is the perfect choice for travellers seeking sun, surf and serenity.
There’s plenty of fresh food to purchase along Ara Tapu.