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The days just keep getting better here. This morning is wind-free and warm with a glassy sea and pool. Emma has already been out for a paddle board when we meet for breakfast with serenading. Of course...
David is making palm leaf hats for us and Seru confirms our snorkelling date. Josh scales a coconut tree to demonstrate his prowess at gathering coconuts for arriving guests and Sefa kits us out in flippers, masks and snorkels.
The tide is high and we are able to walk ...
... Grand Pacific Hotel where the Queen stayed in colonial days. We wander in for a peek and a coffee.
Returning to the bus station, we find peak hour in full swing with buses of all sizes and colours moving through. School children are heading home around 4.30pm and our bus is almost full with them. With no iPods or phones to retreat into, they are a chatty lot. This bus is not an express, so we get a one hour trip as it stops on ...
I am happy to beat my alarm and wake just after 8am. The sky is blue, the sun is shining and the breeze is gentle. The morning is bike riding for Emma and reading for me.
And eating, of course. Just to fill in time before lunch...
And with lunch comes a 15 knot wind - enough to kill any ideas of snorkelling at low tide this afternoon. So we engage in a bit of basket-weaving with the activities staff, along with much banter. The staff here are ...
A five hour flight 'overnight' is not really an overnight flight in the sense of a chance to sleep while flying. Not when there is supper, overhead movies twinkling, passengers coughing, toddlers squealing and lights on for descent at around 3am body-time!
So l don't roll off the plane refreshed, but soon relish the warm Fijian air on the breezeway to the terminal. Our driver greets us with the first of MANY ...
... a few bulls came in and joined in on the frenzy! It was an unbelievable sight and Ive never seen such huge remoras swimming around trying to hook on to the sharks. The kids were thrilled that they got to pet a nurse shark as did the rest of us. We attended a fire-walking ceremony which was very interesting. The next day, after a few pinnacle dives we traveled to Fiji Yasawa Islands. Our first stop was Castaway Island where the movie with ...