Funky Fish Surf & Beach Resort
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TripAdvisor Reviews Funky Fish Surf & Beach Resort Malolo Island
Travel Blogs from Malolo Island
... to very high winds this morning. Everyone apart from us are going to a larger island with concrete structures during the cyclone which made a lot of people very unhappy and nervous. They left at 9am but it is just us two here until 11.30 when our boat takes us back to Nadi. They have scrabble we are not too bored. All of the staff are frantically running around getting all of ...
... or lying on the veranda, quietly chatting. Apex, one of the smallest men who we have seen about Naqalia Lodge, guided us along the slippery path up the hill behind the buildings and, after about twenty minutes of hiking over wet undergrowth and boulders, we reached the hilltop and looked out to the East. The sun was just working its way over the Fijian mainland, decorating the clouds in its way in an array of colours. The view was spectacular, with the ...
... shot down by Korina, who assured him that he had spent much of the night snoring heartily! Jake was the only guest with the fortitude to get up and partake in the walk up the hill to see the sunrise. He's a plasterer from Newport who has joined his mum to visit his sister (who has been travelling with a friend for many months). He proudly showed off his pictures. It looks like it was well worth the early start! To our surprise, it was cake for breakfast (iced and ...
... heavy drone of the catamaran's engine. He plays rugby sevens or nines depending upon what fits in best with his work schedule. He says that he loves tackling big guys the best. When the second man took the guitar, Ben was astonished to hear him playing the introduction to One Last Breath, a song by Creed. He was making it look very easy too. We soon came upon South Sea Island, which is more like an extreme caricature of a remote Pacific island than a real place. It is a ...
... picnic lunch. It was really hot there and once the guys had set everything up for us they left us on our own to enjoy our little island. The picnic was fun and we returned to the resort later in the afternoon to cool off in the pool. This is our last full day here at Likuliku and we are going to miss the place and in particular the people. ...