Savusavu Hot Springs Hotel
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We headed out and walked along the shore out of town this morning. We passed a really nice looking B&B, that we didn't see online . . . . . it's less than half the price of the place we are staying at . . . so we popped in and took a look . . . . we think we are going to stay there when we return from the next island. The walk along the shore …
What a day? Maybe my fave day in Fiji so far. We got up at 6am and took a taxi at 7am to Suva airport, which is actually about 30 minutes outside Suva, Suva is actually quite big (by Fijian standards) . . but we haven't heard very many good things about the city so far. The taxi ride took us past lots of cute school children on their way to school …
Onward to Nadi airport and a 45 min plane ride to Vanua Levu,which, is Fiji’s second largest island. Unfortunately our pre-arranged transport did’t turn up but luckily Dharmend, a police officer at the airport looked after us; it was really interesting to listen to his routines and information about the local area. Three hours later…. we were told to go into a taxi and make own on way to Savusavu. The drive took around ...
From Nadi I travelled to Fiji's capital Suva in order to catch a ferry to an island about 140km north called Taveuni. The ferry trip took 21 hours & didn't have any beds. The boat rocked a lot but getting to Taveuni was worth it. On the first full day there I went to a natural water slide. This was really fun if not a little bumpy. The next day I went to a couple of waterfalls which again provided entertainment jumping ...
... harvested by man or eaten by a sea creature in the interim. The
small clams are reintroduced onto barrier reefs and protected lagoons
where they seem to be doing pretty well. We swam with some in the
anchorage which were huge!
Another interesting thing about this island is that up until the mid 1960's,
it served as a leper colony for this part of the South Pacific and
was run by a French order of nuns. During the height of ...