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... waiting for the taxi I grabbed a coffee from the tiny cafe next to the entry gate.
For a school group you would be able to easily spend half a day exploring the gardens.
A 20 minute taxi drive to the Robinson Crusoe Jetty for the Robsinson Crusoe Day Cruise allowed me to see a bit more of the Fijian scenery before boarding the cruise ...
Today I woke up at 6:00 as I have organised a day at a local orphanage volunteering. I caught a cab to the address. The state of the orphanage was rather poor. I met with the owner who was a lovely lady and she explained there was a lack of funds and a lot of their staff are volunteers and that they have 1-5 week programs for people from other countries want to help and volunteer their time helping at the orphanage. I got to meet the kids ...
... the other male officials. Roasted and boiled cassava, fish in
coconut milk with plantain bananas, octopus, crab, taro leaves mixed with
coconut flesh – Yummm! All of us feel very welcomed and blessed to
be treated with such hospitality and kindness. After lunch, we set off across
the island again and return to our boat after a wonderful day.
15th – 21st August 2014 Moving Around Viti Levu
... and back to bamboo travellers! We woke up early as we booked a day trip on seaspray yacht yesterday on the ferry ride back to the port. And had to catch the bus again early to reach the port again in the morning. We went to mana island, which is where we caught seaspray. It was a lovely little boat we sailed around some islands near by and did 2 stops! We stopped at the island where they filmed castaway with Wilson which was cool. We did some snorkelling there also. ...
... to produce the heat, the food is covered with leaves and slow cooked, this is referred to as 'lovo'. Once cooked the meat was given to the women of the village to prepare local dishes. This was brought to the main Bure (meeting house) where lunch was served. Following lunch we donned on life jackets for a one hour boat trip up the Navua river, the biggest in Fiji. This went past villages, farm lands, tropical rain forests, canyons, rapids and loads ...