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... was **** so we ended up using the shower in the dorm a few huts down.
6th, 7th & 8th December (Fiji time)
Our meals were all included so these days consisted of mainly chilling on the beach/in the sea, eating, and having a drink at sunset. It was very relaxing. Other activities included: walking (10 mins) to the other side of the island but the beach wasn't as nice there and it was windy, participating in the hostel entertainment (a quiz-in which we came ...
... was stuff that we had already seen. Once we arrived at the airport already dripping in sweat again, we quickly dropped off the car so we could go through & check in our luggage. I'm only bringing back an extra 2kgs, unlike my last trip.. Guess I didn't really buy anything this trip but seem to be coming home with no money aha. Finally boarding to come ...
... our (my) chat and our (Helen's) desire for competitive word games (it was our aim to send pictures of us playing Bananaramagram in as many different countries as possible- great game, thanks, Sal - to the person (Sal, in case you missed that) who had given us a great travel game which will forever be associated with this wonderful trip), we now headed inside to a far longer queue for our tickets. Inevitably, we were joined by the New Caledonian couple who had managed ...
... main island) to the east side to Takalana Bay. We drove Through beautiful villages the entire way,stopping to ask locals walking on the main road to determine if we were even on the correct road because there are NO road signs anywhere!! We made our way through many villages and everyone is carrying machetes! I was a little nervous at first ( we watch too many movies!!). After 4 hours of driving we were informed ...
... a huge part of the culture here and when someone come bearing a gift of it, it is usually a sign of something really good or really bad. To locals just seeing the kava root in someones hand wrapped as a gift puts them on alert. This was a good event however and as the tour groups chief I got the first cup. The ritual goes like this. Clap and you get the coconut shell cup, (no clap, no cup) then drink it in one shot, hand it back (never put it on the ground) and ...