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... and the rest of the gang watched the test. I joined Jack playing frisbie opposite the pool and we had some fun.
I jumped into the pool and swam about for while whilst the others continued to watch the test.
There seems to be alot more people at the resort; with a heap more in the pool and common areas.
Today is our penultimate full day in Fiji.
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... mix, Kat and I, Urai and Sam the skipper. We all check for the current's speed and direction and Kat and I are guinea pigs at most of the sites because Urai and Doreen have only been managing the place for 2 months and they haven't been to all the sites yet. We even visited an unnamed part of the reef and Sam asked what we should call it. It's now to be known as Hannah's Cupcakes.
I love 'diving' because after each hour Kat need s 'safety stop' on the surface which means ...
... was the large amount of pumice stone that had washed up from an erupting volcano near the Kermadec Islands, just north of New Zealand and many hundreds of miles away. On the beach, amongst the rubble, Bruce found a real treasure, a chambered nautilus in pretty good shape! One more treasure on the boat.
When we returned to the house of our hosts, our Coconut Oil 101 class resumed. We learned that the grated coconut is placed in ...
... rather rough and the waves too fierce for kyaking as planned so we lazed by the pool topping up our tans and supping wine until our final boat ride back to Nadi. We must say the food here was really good we were relieved not to have rice again.
We boarded the flyer in choppy seas which was packed with everyone returing after their week of island hopping. A great experience we didn't feel too old at all but it is not for the feint ...
... experience and flying through the reefs is great fun and its amazing how good these guys are in their boats. Even at night time when visibility is at a minimum, these guys know the reefs. They grew up on them I guess so they should.
I arrived at the resort and was greeted by the entire "Waisalima Family" as this is how I have come to think of them.
They are all friendly, will help you with any request immediately and I'd ...