We visited the Cook Islands Library today. It's small and dark and crammed with old books. It's got a fantastic collection of books about the Pacific Islands that we can't wait to dig into. A visitor's library card costs NZ$25, $10 of which will be returned upon leaving. Johnny Frisbie, daughter of South Seas novelist Robert Dean Frisbie, works at the library, and we got to meet her. It was quite a thrill, and when we found out Johnny lived for five years in the house we are now living in, we were blown away.
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On June 21, 2003, Mark Frauenfelder and Carla Sinclair moved from Los Angeles to the South Pacific. Our first stop is Rarotonga, a tiny island in the South Pacific. We're bringing our two young daughters with us.

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