Rarotonga & the Cook Islands

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Lonely Planet, 2003 - Travel - 168 pages
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This handbook features a special section on myths and legends of the islands and tips on traveler essentials: Polynesian culture, snorkeling and party action, accommodations and restaurants for all budgets, and outer island tips, tricks and top picks. of color photos. 22 maps.
  

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