We were met by one of the owners of the property Vicky, at the airport and was taken to the bungalows.
They were extremly clean and well presented and not only were we given fresh fruit / milk / bread and drinking water on arrival but Vicky had also baked us coconut loaf!
The bungalows are situated on the beach and we had some fantastic sunsets. As with most of Aitutaki the water is very shallow, but you can walk up the beach a little bit and you can swim. We found there were hardly anyone on the beach so it was like having our own private place.
The bungalows are a good size with bedroom,bathroom, living area with small kitchenette. The best part is the decking area where we would sit and have a few beers watching the sunset.
We hired a scooter for the time we were there as it is the best way to get around the island and checkout some of the other beaches. The best is out by the Aitutaki resort and spa for swimming - dont bother paying for a guest pass as you can go on the beaches for free.
Overall a great stay and we would go back again. The welcome and service we recieved was better than anywhere else we have stayed in the world.More