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... in the air through the light and people started shouting!! We got off the plane and they announced that the flight was cancelled and everyone got hotel and food vouchers. We got to our hotel (which was really horrible, and we've been in 6 bed dorms mostly!) at about 5 in the morning and slept until 8, after being told that the airline would call us when a flight was available. That didn't happen so we called them ...
... islands. Too damn fresh for words! Once we were done eating I was asked to "release" the group. We thanked everyone for lunch, got back on the bus and drove less than a kilometer to the school. Not sure why we didn't just walk.
Our tour company has been visiting this village for eight years and rotate between its four schools. They chose this village because it was one that was in need of help the most, to this day there is no running water or electricity ...
... hogs it! We downloaded the new Kevin bridges book but I've yet to read it, Ross loved it though. Will be nice to imagine a Scottish accent, only met one Scottish couple in the month we have been away .. And it was so nice to speak in our own language! The reminiscing of irn bru and tattie scones nearly brought us home! Oh and we've actually been getting beans with our breakfast, a little piece of home means so much. There's supposedly ...
Fiji time! We arrived early in the morning to Nadi and were picked up by the hostel, checked in and decided to take a trip to the mud pools. It was good fun, covering ourselves in mud and drying off in the sun before washing off in thermal pools! Back at the hostel we booked onto an island trip for 4 nights to Mana island which is an hour away by speedboat. The beach at our hostel in Nadi isn't very nice so we hoped for better scenery at the islands. We had dinner and ...
... was interrupted by rapids every so often.
The tour guide led us to a hidden waterfall, so secret that photos were forbidden. We dived into the mouth of the waterfall and were greeted with a plunge pool of the freshest, ice blue (cold!) water. I'm glad photos of the waterfall are forbidden, they wouldn't justify how beautiful it is.
Our final slumber on the Feejee Experience was at Rakiraki. We had our own beach house overlooking ...