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... m not done yet but the amount of things I've seen, the amount I've learned about myself and the people I've met are engraved in my mind and soul forever. If there is one thing I can share with you all from this experience, it's this... Get out there and see the world! The time will never be perfect and it's likely you'll never be able to actually afford it but you have to do it. If you're like me (whether you love your career or are looking for a change), take a ...
... and leave the busy main Island for our ultimate Fijian day out on the water. The day out on the water consists of fishing, snorkelling, and relaxing under sunshade looking at beautiful scenery. Some of the things that they suggest we bring are swim wear & towel, Sunscreen lotion & hat.
I had a great time on the coral cat, there was lovely clear waters ...
... into another bus. It didnt help that you could request a stop anywhere so as soon as the makeshift bell was rung (by tugging on a rope), he slammed to a halt. Drivers in Fiji don't appear to be much better generally.
We changed buses and finally arrived in Denarau. This is a privately owned area where the more upmarket hotels and marina are. There were a few shops which we browsed but it was more expensive than we'd hoped. The minimart was better and we stocked up on ...
... a VERY large pile of sand. I was at the back of the group and i saw sime of my fellow drlegates RUNNING (and slipping) up this insanely steep mountain and i thought to myself that they were crazy to climb up there. However i was quick to learn that tjis was the ONLY way up and that i too would somehow have to figure out how to make my way up there. I hesitated a bit at first but then decided to just go for it, i started literally climbing on my hands and knees up this at least ...
... out the family lands of the first Samoan wrestling champion - Coconut Head - and the resort that his (Coconut Head's) grandson "The Rock," who played in a James Bond movie, visits when he comes to Samoa. The Rock has donated lots of money to help reconstruction after the tsunami of 2009. Hmmm, what else did we see. We passed the turn off to Dave Porter's Eco-Lodge and the mountain where Tau will retire, his one grandparent's village, and then ...
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