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... times! We were then all offered to try the kava but my stomach wasn't that strong yet. They had a few markets to browse around but it was all the same stuff, so felt a bit awkward buying from the one and not the other. This village we went to inhibits 500 people with their own boarding school. It really opened our eyes to see that you really don't need much to live! We walked through the school, it was Saturday so empty, but interesting to see. By this stage we were all looking for ...
... tickets, our details were rather amusingly hand written on, which we enjoyed enough to take several pictures of! Eventually, it was time to depart one of what we agreed was our favourite destinations on our entire trip - entirely because of the happiness and helpfulness of the host population. Is this perhaps an indication of a lack of corruption by capitalist greed on this island? For everywhere else on our trip we had continually felt the need to be wary of being ...
... forget! Day four Pamper morning. We kicked the day off with a trip to the mud pools-We covered ourselves in mud, then dipped into the mud pool, then the hot springs. It was gorgeous! We finished off our morning with a massage from the locals. The afternoon was a real eye opener. We visited Treasure Home Orphanage and met the wonderful ladies who voluntarily look after the 30 children who have been abandoned or lost their parents. These children were so ...
... chill some more in the sun, explore some of their more developed towns and to wash our clothes (for the first time in 10 days - whoops - luckily I was living in boardies and Kim in bikinis so they were getting a wash in the sea everyday) before heading off to Middle Earth, New Zealand. So our Fiji trip was 90% successful. There was one thing missing - the surf! I think Kim will agree on the percentage since the clear lack of surf throughout the entire 16 days we were ...
... early night.
The next morning I got stuck in the shower - give me a Yasawan open air shower any day of the week! My shower cubicle had a sliding door but the term sliding was decidedly misrepresentative. It didn’t slide. It jerked. At an angle. Different angles with each attempt to free it. I’m in the shower, nekkid. I don’t want to be in the shower anymore. The sliding door slid over the fixed panel on the outside so I had ...