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... On the final day there I went snorkelling & this certainly made up for feeling awful on the Belize snorkelling trip. The coral was so impressive, the water changed from turquoise to a deep shade of blue but remained crystal clear and we saw loads of bright fish and a turtle. I'm currently back in Nadi, having taken the awful ferry again, but just intend to chill here for the next couple of days until I head on to ...
... she was given an antihistamine and a cortisone steroid to stop the swelling. We were all pretty shaken by the ordeal but the doctor and nurse were great and it only cost $60!! Not that I am putting a price on my daughter's well being! Kate is back to normal (whatever that is) tonight and seems to have taken it all in stride. Her father however will need a few cold beverages this evening to attempt to forget his blunder.
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... it was so yum . . . really spicy with lots of beans. The driver was so friendly he then was going to give Alex some and we told him we would share mine. It's so kind as the people have so little but are so friendly. When we got to Labasa station the Indo-Fijian said goodbye to us and then ran back over to us and gave us his address so we could write a letter to him when we return home - so lovely . . . we have a pen friend!! Then we got on our next bus to take us right over to ...
... there were over 5,000 people living here from the different island
nations of Fiji, Vanuatu, Tonga, Tuvalu, Solomon Islands, and Wallis.
While medication to combat leprosy was discovered in the 1940's, it
did not arrive on the island until the mid 1960's. Within short
order, the population thinned out because of people returning home
and no longer being isolated. Now there is a ghost town of
dormitories, a movie theater, a ...
... two nights where Craig elected not to cook also due to rough weather.
We arrived in Savasavu harbor, the second largest city on the island of Vanua Levu, in Fiji a week ago and are doing our final shopping tomorrow morning before heading out to some of the remote islands where the water is supposed to gorgeous for snorkeling/SCUBA diving/etc. Fiji has many ancient customs and as tourists to many remote villages headed by a chief, we ...