Savusavu Hot Springs Hotel
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... of weeks! We are looking forward to all the seafood there is to eat here. We've landed in land crab season where you can just pick them up on he beach and then cook 'em! For now, we're just enjoying sleeping, not having to wake up to an alarm and watching the sunrise on the veranda (we're a little jet lagged so waking up early enough for that!) Last leg of our travels before crashing into life in New Zealand so going to make the most of doing ...
... as well as the dominant business face throughout town. It is so cheap to eat curry that we are barely cooking. The north of the town is edged by mountain ranges. We took the local bus winding through rainforests, over the top of the ridge and down through wide dry plains and landed in Labasa - a different bustling town.
We have caught up with some great boats from the previous season – HUCK, SEA WHISPER. INTERLUDE IX, and others - but ...
Early start today, we checked out and got a taxi just up the road to the smallest ferry point in the world. There were 2 boats when we arrived and they argued over which boat we should go in, we choose the one that wasn't so full that it looked like it would sink! The crossing was really smooth again and I saw about 20 flying fish ...
... is critical to make the
passages to other areas safe. We learned about summering over in Fiji
during cyclone season as “must see” anchorages on the west side
of the country.
A break in the weather finally came and we were off again, heading southwest
to Namena, a marine reserve. We were excited about the scuba diving
here as one set of pinnacles are considered to be the most
spectacular in Fiji. We ...
... around, it became apparent that the prices were no less expensive here than in Savusavu, and we wouldn’t have to carry several kilograms of root bundles on the bus. Therefore, we decided to shop by the boat.
We asked about the bus to Naag Mandir and were directed to a bus leaving shortly. The temple was about 10 km outside of town. The ride was pretty, through sugar fields and farmland. We passed the sugar mill which was to ...