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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Woke up super early! Sina was on time, arriving at 5.45am (she's normally a bit late aha) at my house then Melissa not long after to take us to the airport. The flight went really quickly & I watched "gone girl" which was such a twister of a movie! Landing was perfect too, was very impressed! We then headed into Nadi, to have a look around, but it wasn't that great. We still stopped and got a drink of water as it was so hot & a walk around. ...
... Fijians that were 10km away; we just needed to drive over "the next hill"; and finally a kind man told us that if we followed the single lane, rock and clay road over the mountain and down again that we should arrive by sunset. This last kind gentleman was the closest! We arrived in pitch black, missing our village at around 8:30pm. Sophia stayed up and waited for our arrival and we were greeted by her and 2 of ...
... the Scottish guy that would drink anything eh?! The Fijians are the loveliest people you will ever meet, they are so welcoming and you actually feel like one of their wee circle. It's amazing how little they have yet are probably the happiest people we have met too! Shows you that money really doesn't equal happiness! Despite our rocky start, we actually had a great night so heading to bed for our early 6:30 rise tomorrow to catch the boat to our first island! Speak soon ...
... Secret Place by Tana French; and The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton. Three books shows you just how much time I spent chilled out! All worth a read too. Aside from the beautiful beach, Octopus Resort was my absolute favourite. The layout and facilities were amazing (my first hot shower of the resorts), the food was the best I've had in Fiji and could easily be served in a fancy restaurant back in the UK, and I made some great friends too. Met a couple from near Manchester who are ...
... had the atmosphere of a cockfight in Moss Side and friendly games of black jack shared over stories of travelling and adventure.
If scuba diving and water sports aren't your Yorkshire Tea then there's little to do on the island. Perfect opportunity to meet and greet other backpackers, lounge in hammocks, bond with packs of stray puppies and for some sneak into one of the private resorts, hi-jack a golf cart and plough it ...