Barefoot Island Lodge
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So I'm not entering this from the island itself, since there was no electricity, nor running water. Wow, this was absolutely beautiful! On Monday afternoon, we arrived at the island and within two minutes completed our tour!It included finding the beach where the sun would set, and the beach where our bures where, was where the sun would rise. …
A rocky 3 hour boat ride from port denarau took me to my first of 3 resorts in the Yasawa Islands, Barefoot Lodge. The Fijian people really are friendly as people say so. They put so many things on for you to do throughout the day and then theres an additional program of various watersports as well, and if none of that takes your interest then …
We arrived in Fiji around 4pm to our budget resort with really nice people and an upgrade to a premier double room, a good start. We immediately immersed ourselves in the culture with a fiji bitter and a seat in the sun. Apart from the powercut followed by a thunderstorm, our first evening was a success.
We looked at many options for …
So my time in fiji is almost up. Apart from rain today and torrential rain yesterday whilst leaving the yasawas, the weather has been pretty much perfect. I believe I am even slightly tanned. Or rather, a darker shade of pale. Off white shall we say. A quick visit to Nadi town centre brought us to the Shri Suva Temple. a few borrowed sarongs later …
We woke up shortly before J came around looking for people to go and see the Manta Rays, he'd already been out about half an hour previously and seen that they were there, having their plankton breakfast. This is the only activity with a vaguely set time and the call came about 7:30am, none of us wanted to miss this opportunity so we all piled into …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarefoot Island Lodge Naviti Island
The staff here are wonderful, from J the boss, to Freddie the barman (who even sailed across to the other island to get cigarettes for me) and the rest of the staff. The food was excellent, some of the best I'd eaten in my time in the Yasawas. The island itslef was pristine, beautiful sand and great views of sunrise and sunset, a perfect place to spend 3 days.
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