Naveria Heights Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a 12.5hr layover and finally in Fiji waiting for our domestic flight! As we both slept on the plane we opted to kill time in a nearby mall in LA rather than check into a hotel, so the time passed quickly. Also met up with David in LAX who was in the middle of his mammoth layover on the way back to Perth!
Quick 10hr flight to Fiji (across the dateline where we missed the 12th November) and it felt like we were home. It's so warm and ...
... boat into the extraordinary blue of the Pacific Ocean. We had our safety line out and with one person on board at any given time, we challenged ourselves to multiple bomb dives off the side...Very special.....
10 July – 20 July 2014 – Savusavu – Vanua Levu – Fiji
Coconuts, coconuts, bananas bananas, bulla bulla, smile smile, wave wave, curry curry, kava.kava– this is Fiji.
Early morning arrival at the ...
... than the main island. The locals call it a "Hidden Paradise" but the jury is still out on that one.
The town is basically a single street with a post office, supermarket, 3 banks and the "Copra Shed" which is a little tourist trap at the wharf. As a cruise ship is in town there are also strings of little market stalls with the usual range of sulus (pareos or wraps), colourful clothing, bead wares etc.
... us fishing in his boat and when we didn't catch anything the first time he took me out again yesterday which resulted in a huge feast last night (see pictures)! He was always ready for a beer break when I was hiking back from the beach with the girls and is a great storyteller.
Jeff and Susan also live in Sekewa and they were our Rotary connection and more. They invited us to all things Rotary ...
... soon as we got outside we realised it was pouring down. We ended up grabbing our rainmacs and went to the only open place on a Sunday. Thankfully we are easily entertained and had 2 pens and paper so spent the whole day drawing :) and eating way too much. After the rain finally stopped in the late afternoon we went for a short walk and then returned to the lodge to pick up our laundry. We then sat and ate more as ...