Monday morning in Rarotonga was fantastic. After a hearty breakfast of breakfast sandwiches and scrambled eggs most of the crew began a quest for laundry service, and within three hours everybody had accomplished that goal. With no daytime class we were free to explore Rarotonga. Most people used the public buses for transport to have a day of shopping and exploring. We finished the day with what was to be our last fresh water shower in at least a week and the discovery of some atomic level spicy peppers that Jesse found growing near the harbor. We ended our last day in Rarotonga with a dinner made by Chantale and Troy followed by a 7:30 PSCT class to wrap it up.
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