Funky Fish Surf & Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Malolo Island
... the most of probably our only ever visit to the country. We loved our time in Fiji & the locals are really decent people who made us feel part of their very large family - especially nice for Sara as she's been feeling a little homesick. Our flight to LA crosses the international date line so we land before we take off. For the first time it feels like we are beginning our meandering journey back to the homeland although we have a hell of a lot to enjoy ...
... to another island called Bounty island where we did sea kayaking and more snorkelling which topped Kona with lots of coral and hundreds of tropical fish. We were glad to get away from the resort for the day which we didn't expect to do when we were planning our brief Fiji trip. Half way through now, still not tired of being on the move, looking forward to New Zealand and not flying for 10 days will be a relief, although will miss the hot and sunny ...
... the whole thing felt like a trap. As it happens, they had incorporated this extra charge in the small print on the HostelWorld website, but it was missing from my confirmation email and we therefore had a fairly strong position. After nearly an hour of negotiating, eventually involving the resort manager, we were able to cancel our second night and avoid paying the meal charge. This was also a positive step as it meant that we’d be back on ...
... case still
continues making this the longest running law suit in Westminster history. We
settled into Albert Cove at the north end of the island as a week of strong
winds will prohibit us from going anywhere. Postcard picture perfect sandy
white beach with classic palm tree surrounding fringe. Bliss!. On our second
day, we dinghy in and meet the family who live and work on the beach. Sam, the
elder of the family welcomes us and ...
... around while one of the Fijian guides went to spear a couple of fish for the
sharks. They took us to a sandy clearing in the coral and started to break up
the fish they'd speared. Within seconds there were two sharks there circling
the sand below us. A couple of minutes later we had seven sharks swimming all around
us. They were only small White Tipped reef sharks about 1.5m long,
but I bet they could still have your ...