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... place with genuinely brilliant people, very friendly, a little too laid back for my liking, but always quick to a smile and the loudest laughers I've seen. Obviously I'm not gunna miss being eaten alive by mosquitoes, I can't wait to get somewhere a little colder and the pace of life here has driven me a little crazy after the constant and exciting hustle and bustle of New York, but ultimately I've had a wonderful time.
I would ...
... local delicacy. Turtle. I’m not sure if being served in supernoodles is really the most refined way to serve them, but regardless there was no way I could be polite or curious enough to taste them. Jean however was more inclined, not that he was more impressed.
We headed back to the Islands capital, Suva afterwards to await the next boat to Taveuni and celebrate our own mini fete. Two years previously, on the birthday of a beautiful friend the spark was ...
... of wine in her hand remained upright and did not get spilt! Nathan just smiled as if all was normal thinking Rach just being Rach! We then gracefully sat back in the hammock to enjoy our drinks before sitting down to eat a tasty dinner. After dinner we enjoyed some live Fijian music before heading to bed. Then it was time to apply anthisan cream on the many mosquito ...
... gardener at the resort and was only last night in receipt of an email confirming that I would be welcome to come during my very last 24 hours in Fiji. 'At last’ is an understatement.
The resident coral gardener, Michael, and I donned our flippers and masks for a garden tidy-up. First we visited the Coral Nursery of cages and frames where he grows small healthy fragments of coral into beefy chunks ready for re-planting. ...
... just feet from the waters edge. The coral is fantastic, in shades of yellow, green, blue and purple. Plus there were tons of fish to watch, from tiny, tiny fish to fairly large fish in all shapes and colors.
There are four villages on the island, and I visited two of them. One was a boat ride away, and is the location of the primary school. Children board at the school from Sunday afternoon through Friday ...
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