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... Palm trees everywhere and water practically in every direction you look. We were picked up by Gene, our landlord for the next couple of months, and driven the short distance to our little piece of paradise. It really is heaven on earth. Our bure (hut) is very well kitted out and about 75m from the beach, on which we are the only people to ever walk. There are hammocks, kayaks and enough papayas to keep me happy for a long while. It's ...
... the river into Savusavu on the large north east island of Fiji. Glassy water, misty morn and gentle rain as we chugged past the hills, the pearl farm, the fishermen and the morning bus keeping pace with us toward the town.
We wait on anchor with our yellow flag up for customs, immigration and agriculture to arrive.
“Bulla!” Greetings all round. All very easy going, chatted football and cheap eats around town.
Onto a mooring ...
Got woken up at 3am (thankfully we fell a sleep at 8.30pm). Then we could just hear crying children, cockerels, lots of water (no idea why), children playing . . . . they obviously don't have Saturday lie-ins here. We went and got a huge pizza for lunch, ...
... 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 ...
... and sewing machine in for us to work on our repairs.
ROAD TRIP!!! Why go to a local Saturday market when you can travel by bus across the island to Labasa, the largest town on the island? We venture to the bus depot at 7:00 am, paid our $3, and we were off on a 2 ½ hour bus ride through the mountains to the northern coast of Vanua Levu. We were going to sugar country and the home of the Hindu temple, Naag Mandir (cobra rock.) The bus ...