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Papa Mike's Cook Island Handbood 24 janvier 2010
Par Joanne Harvey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I can't recommend Papa Mike's Cook Island Handbook enough. Going to the Cook Islands is an amazing adventure and with Papa's Handbook my husband and I didn't miss a thing. Well written, with humor and wit, the book is designed for those of us that tend to avoid big tours, choosing more to explore on our own. Get this book, plan your trip, you can count on Papa Mike's up to date information. And make sure to take the book along with you to the Cooks, we discovered so many interesting places that the normal traveler wouldn't with out the book. Kia Orana, Joanne
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Thanks Papa Mike 7 décembre 2009
Par James Reynolds - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
We loved our trip to the Cooks, thanks in big part to Papa Mike's Cook Islands Handbook. The book, which we carried everywhere, is very funny, personable and up to date. It's crammed with well organized information and ideas that really maximized our good times and island appreciation while traveling in the Cooks. From the special little details like singer, Jake Numunga's live musical greeting and departure at Rarotonga's airport to an entire listing with emails for all the available lodging, this book really helped us plan and appreciate our trip. The book's even got a schedule of all the Island Night dance shows and they are really special as the Papa said they would be. We visited three different islands and found this book's information and tips all right on. We were able to plan our activities on the outer islands and make most of our arrangements in advance, which was a huge benefit. This book covers valuable details from bar crawling to scuba diving, as the Papa seems well connected with all the island goings-on. I highly recommend getting this book if you want to have a great Cook Island trip with the least hassle and the most fun and enjoyment!
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Great Intro to the Islands 17 juin 2010
Par Andrew C. Harmer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have been planning my Rarotonga trip for 6 months and I saw this book being recommended when I bought Tracks and Plants Guide book. This one arrived first, and when I got home from work I sat on the couch and finished the whole thing. It has some great insight and ideas for your island adventure. The author does not seem to have done many of the hikes or other activities I am planning, but he does offer more detailed descriptions of how to do them than the Lonely Planet guide. He also gave me some ideas I did not know existed, like fishing for flying fish.
If you are planning on heading to the Cook Islands this will be a helpful guide for planning your trip. When you are there it is small enough to bring, and has enough information to justify the luggage space.
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OK 28 février 2012
Par skullcrusher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
not a bad resource - it is pretty comprehensive and certainly has the local flavor - which is pretty good for a dude who has only spent a couple of months there
one suggestion for improvement - try hiring an editor to review grammar and spelling - it doesn't stop the message getting across, but it would be a helluva a lot more professional
Good for places to stay and eat, not much else 12 septembre 2012
Par Pat P-E - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Book arrived on time in excellent condition, but finding updated travel books about the South Pacific is really difficult! Even this 2nd Edition's info is 5 years old, and a LOT has happened since: the U.S.$ has really tanked against the NZ$ since our last visit ten years ago for our honeymoon (now US$1=NZ$1.15). LOTS more beach weddings and honeymooners. Rarotonga is for adventures and Aitutaki is for chillin' (and our favorite, but more expensive). Eating out is VERY expensive and local beer at a resort can be $8-14--at the market it's as low as $3, so take advantage of the kitchenettes in most resorts. I also wanted more history and local lore information because there is hardly any signage at any point of interest. The three must-dos on Aitutaki are 1)the snorkle/outer motu cruise (make sure you have shade on the boat), 2)rent a scooter to wander (don't miss the two water towers w. view of both coasts). You can't get lost on this tiny island with now less than 2000 people (less than half from a decade ago due to a typhoon about 4 years ago which decimated the island--lots of deserted homes, but the resorts are all back in good shape, and 3)Sunday service at a CICC church--the sermon and songs are mostly in Moari, but the island harmony of traditional hymns will give you goosebumps, and you'll usually be invited for the pot luck after--great local fare. Vaima (Raro) and Tapuna's (Aitu) were our favorite restaurants. Wonderfully friendly locals. I like Papa Mike's casual writing style, but he needs a copy editor BAD.
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