Naveria Heights Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... rough though, and we frequently got tossed into the air. We got wet from all sides, as it started to rain whilst we were in the boat. It was a great little getaway for our oh-so-stressful lives at Siga Siga ;-). Alex and I definitely want to come back for a quiet break when we settle in NZ.
Back at Siga Siga, we've been snorkelling, kayaking and buying food for Christmas. Can't believe it's Christmas Day ...
... in the ground being prepared and the stones being fired up, the food being placed in the pit and then being sealed with leaves and soil. An hour and a half later, the most sumptuous meal ever!!
Also been ocean kayaking a couple of times, and have planned a few excursions into some of the bays around here for when we're a bit fitter!! More photos to ...
... is the Capital of Vanua Levu and was extremely busy, however, we did have the best Chinese meal we’ve had since we’ve been away!!! Whilst walking down the street we were asked by a local man where we were from. He then proceeded to tell us he was a British Army pensioner having served in Scottish and Welsh Regiments,his last post involved driving Princess Margaret around and had even visited Swansea!!! It’s a small ...
Today we will leave what has been our home for the last month in Fiji. We will be working our way back to Nadi in the next few days and flying to Melbourne on Friday. We are all very excited for Christmas in Melbourne with the Dodds' family but we are sad to leave this beautiful place. Roy and Lisa opened their home to us and were exceptional hosts. They made sure that all our needs were taken care of and went ...
... stuff boiled before. They then helped us move the rocks so we could perch the trays in the middle of the spring. Alex then put the bacon in, followed by tomatoes and onions. It was such a laugh chatting with the 3 guys (about our age) about life in Fiji, cooking or 'fry-boil' as they decided to name it. It took quite a while to cook. We had 6 wraps and offered them one but they said no as it was our dinner. We told them it was fine and had plenty and then they had some as well. It ...