πŸ‡¨πŸ‡° Podcast 030: Travel to Rarotonga ft @the5kilotraveller

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In the Cook Islands, northeast of New Zealand, you will find an actual piece of heaven. Lonely beaches, crystal blue waters, and friendly locals. The place is called Rarotonga and Katherine, an enthusiastic lady from New Zealand, is telling us all about it here on the incredible 30th episode of the Curious Pavel Podcast Sessions.

Fan of listening? Here is the whole podcast about Rarotonga

Mentions in the podcast

  • Rarotonga (the main island of the Cook Islands group)
  • Avarua (the capital of the Cook Islands, on the main island of Rarotonga)
  • Aitutaki (the second biggest island, and a popular luxury resort destination)

Prefer your radio with pictures? Here is the podcast about Rarotonga on YouTube

PODCAST: Rarotonga - The Real Paradise on Earth!! ft @the5kilotraveller #30

About Katherine, @the5kilotraveller

Katherine is a 5 Kilo Traveller from New Zealand. She loves to travel, and her passion is teaching people to travel with less luggage (not necessarily 5 kilos or 11 pounds – just less), so people stop struggling with heavy bags.

“I initially travelled with a small bag as I was a solo female traveller and needed to feel safe and confident. Travelling with a small carry-on bag gave me this confidence and security. It also gave me the convenience of sightseeing and not having to lock my bag up somewhere or check-in early. My bag was able to be with me at all times, so I didn’t have to wait for it getting off planes or trains. I could get around very easily on local transport – in China, I got a ride on a scooter to my accommodation – try that with a suitcase!”

“Travelling light makes travel easy and liberating. I have fewer decisions to make. I don’t lose things. Packing and unpacking is easy.”

Find Katherine here:

I really hope you enjoyed learning about this island paradise on this podcast about Rarotonga. Who can believe we’re already at Episode 30!

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