Dolphin Bay Divers Retreat
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Hiked to top of the island after breakfast. Lots of steep climbing. Jim told me which way to lean so that I would only get hurt (not die) if I fell. Always looking out for me! Walking sticks helped. Beautiful look out points at top. Made it back without ...
... meal called a lovo. A hole is dug in the ground and they make a fire over some hot rocks. They put the meat in some woven baskets and root veggies around everything. They then place huge elephant ear leaves overtop of the whole pit and seal everything in to smoke for a couple hours. The food was amazing!! They also had a band there for a traditional kava night. Kava is a root veggie that is ground up and steeped kinda like tea. The next day Jared Donnie and I dove ...
... she loved another. She ran away from her village and took shelter in the mountains close to a big lake. She was exhausted and fell asleep crying and her tears became beautiful red flowers. The flower’s name comes from Tagi in Fijian which means to cry and moce which means goodnight. All I can say is that I was ready to have a good cry when I saw that last bridge under a torrent of water... I didn’t. I sucked it up and figured I’d have a good tale to ...
... he told me that they used to sit under the big waterfall. I’ve always wanted to sit under a waterfall and seeing as I’ve got an open air shower theme going on then I wanted a slice of that particular pie.
He looked at me and said: “are you sure?”. I nodded. “Right, watch me. You have to jump across the water coming from the little waterfall and then swim hard. I will be on the other side and will grab you.” ...
... we’d sorted everything out so without time for any blubbing it was hugs and waves and the two of them were on the bus. I headed off to await my flight as a solo traveller once again.
Domestic check-in saw me do something I’d never had to do before. My main bag went through and then I had to stand on the scales holding my hand baggage - I think that’s a pretty fair way of doing things to be honest and at least the plane’s ...