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Got a singing farewell from the staff. So sad to leave. Boat to Taveuni over rough waters, van to airport over potholes and just holes, 20 minute flight on 15 passenger plane to Savusavu, then same plane to Nadi. Had 8 hours until our connection to Sydney, so took cab to a small resort. Had lunch and relaxed. Long wait at Nadi airport. Finally ...
... and a loud 'Bula!' (Hello). We were shown to our suite, where we found a bottle of sparkling NZ brut as a birthday present. We quickly showered and went to the Thai restaurant, Chantara, where Georgia had the light duck rolls in rice paper and I indulged in some prawn Penang goon curry, with bok choy instead of white rice. The bed was ridiculously comfy in the luscious suite and I can't even remember falling asleep in the ...
... try my best to look on the bright side... There was amazing fish tacos; I had a fresh coconut; I saw iguanas at the side of the road; the hostel was nice, and my various room mates were all nice chilled people. So it wasn’t all bad, it never is. I was counting the days at this point though. Especially as my next stop was back to see Jinny and Serge in LA.
Then the day finally arrived! Hurrah! On the bus I hopped and off I went to Cancun airport got on the plane, had ...
... only earns something like 2.00 per hour. Now I am still confused about what he earns - because I thought he said he only gets $84. a week and he works 13 hrs/day 7 days a week. So the math doesn't add up, but I could see that between his $100/mo rent and the cost of food, he is not getting anywhere. He has been here for 3 years and he says some days he just wants to cry because it is so frustrating trying to get ahead with such low wages. He is pleading with ...
... hot and humid but we found a small shop which turned out to just be someone's house with a counter out of the door. At the hotel we booked our island hopping tickets for 6 nights and ended up paying half of what it would have cost if we had booked in England or over the Internet. The hostel had really good reasonably priced meals and drinks at the restaurant attached. That evenings entertainment was a Cava night. Cava is the ground dried root of a pepper ...