Funky Fish Surf & Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... all the spots on the jetty he likes to take photos from, saying "just one more photo!".
In the afternoon we resumed our fishing competition and went out on a boat for a couple of hours fishing. For the first time both of us drew a blank and caught nothing! So Tracy keeps the lead. However we met another lovely couple from Australia and had a great time chatting to ...
... facts to be learnt. Students will be able to wonder around the museum and look at the wonderful displays and learn many interesting facts.
After I walked around the museum and saw what they had on display I went for a walk around the streets of Fiji's Capital. There was plenty to see and do such as; shopping, cinemas, parks and gardens. Food was not a problem because there was heaps to choose ...
... hogs it! We downloaded the new Kevin bridges book but I've yet to read it, Ross loved it though. Will be nice to imagine a Scottish accent, only met one Scottish couple in the month we have been away .. And it was so nice to speak in our own language! The reminiscing of irn bru and tattie scones nearly brought us home! Oh and we've actually been getting beans with our breakfast, a little piece of home means so much. There's supposedly ...
... His cousin Joe was standing on some nearby rocks dressed as a Fijian Warrior. We soon learnt that everyone in the village had their own role in Naqalia Lodge, whether it was the cook, cleaner, boatman, weaver etc & there was plenty to keep us entertained from banana planting to volleyball...lots and lots of volleyball. The village even had the internet on its one computer installed in 2013. Fijian's are all so friendly and really hospitable. They ...
I was under very strict orders from mum that I should not drink the Kava while in Fiji. The sacred, dish water-coloured beverage is made of the ground-up roots of a plant and is drunk by locals at special ceremonies or during social occasions. It is said to make your tongue go numb or tingly and - if consumed in vast quantities - basically makes you a bit stoned. I had to try it (sorry mum). Our final night of island hopping was spent on Beachcomber - renowned ...