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We've had a week of solid rain. It hasn't really let up at all, for us to do anything! We've had new people move in next door - a retired couple from Canada who are travelling around the world for the next six months. They're really nice and will be here with us until the end - we both leave for New Zealand on the same day! Because of the rain, we've been restricted ...
... Copra Shed Marina, and go for an explore.....
Savusavu on Vanua Levu - the main north eastern island of Fiji. It bustles in a country sort of way with open-air buses and an every day marketplace selling fruit and vegetables as well as kava and strings of tobacco. Everyone says “bulla” or bulla bulla or bulla bulla bulla with beautiful smiles and no agenda. Fiji has a very large Indian population and this is apparent with the many little ...
... guy who locks the gates behind us. Then those who thought that it would be more comfortable to see the garden in the nude could undress. It was warm and humid so I dispensed with the clothes. We walked slowly along tracks and well made wooden walkways that led us though the garden, taking us ever higher up the hill. At the top we were offered some cold drinks, including a quite unusual herbal/spiced ice tea. Then an easy ...
... time to learn about one another. We drove through several villages and seemingly endless rainforests where bananas and papaya grow wild. The villagers all waved and yelled "Bula" as we passed by. They all also carried machetes, but not to worry, they only use those to maintain the forests and cut fresh fruit from the trees. The villagers are responsible for farming and fishing to feed other village members, so we passed many ...
... and sewing machine in for us to work on our repairs.
ROAD TRIP!!! Why go to a local Saturday market when you can travel by bus across the island to Labasa, the largest town on the island? We venture to the bus depot at 7:00 am, paid our $3, and we were off on a 2 ½ hour bus ride through the mountains to the northern coast of Vanua Levu. We were going to sugar country and the home of the Hindu temple, Naag Mandir (cobra rock.) The bus ...