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Travel Blogs from Nadi
After 1 Mega-journey:
- Guatemala City - Houston
- Houston to LAX
- 8h in LAX
- LAX - Fiji
a lot of sleep deprivation, and well over 24h of travel
..and we missed the 1st May!
Talk about what struck us was the ethnicities, indians outnumber fijians now! And …
... Fijian village visit and Kava ceremony. Visit the island featured in the Tom Hanks movie "Castaway". Morning and after tea and a barbecue lunch plus all beverages including beer and wine are included.
Day 3 and 4: Time to head for the Yasawas with a short vessel transfer on the "Yasawa Flyer" to the southern end of the Yasawas wghere the islands are dominated by stunning monolithic mountains. There is a great range ...
... of us on it! Harry and caris who we had first met at smugglers and ourselves. With the constant weather updates from the staff we slowly learnt that a cyclone was on its way! Heading straight for South sea- Fiji's smallest island! The afternoon drop off boat arrived and henry sneakily receiving wifi from the shore made us little less deserted! With a burst of 30 people the island suddenly felt rammed. ...
... out to hear the church choir singing accompanied with our entrie of garlic bread and humous. Dinner was a BBQ buffet, we filled ourselves with lamb sausage, gammon, steak, chicken, and fish, along with a variety of salads. Dessert was a traditional pumpkin and coconut pudding with white chocolate ice cream, yummy yummy. Nicely full we placed ourselves under the stars for movie night (avatar).
10th Febraury 2014
Moving day, we checked out and sat in ...
... drums and rattles. I was the rattle girl, while Anne Marie quickly became the Kava queen. Once a Kava session has started, all of the beverage needs to be finished, none is wasted. For us it also was a good opportunity to get into contact with the staff and learn about the Fijian ways from them. Each session lasted around 3 hours every night - I am amazed at how this tradition managed to stay in place even after the rise of globalisation , TV and ...