Grand Eastern Hotel
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... on the island. This day has finally arrived! The crew members, all from different Fijian villages, sang a welcome song as the dinghy brought me to the loading area of the boat. I was greeted with a glass of fresh papaya juice and a foot massage with sugar, coconut water, oil and flower petals…talk about being pampered! After that we went for a short dive at Bull Point. I saw a giant clam and lots of fish. The visibility ...
... around, it became apparent that the prices were no less expensive here than in Savusavu, and we wouldn’t have to carry several kilograms of root bundles on the bus. Therefore, we decided to shop by the boat.
We asked about the bus to Naag Mandir and were directed to a bus leaving shortly. The temple was about 10 km outside of town. The ride was pretty, through sugar fields and farmland. We passed the sugar mill which was to ...
Having discovered that eating at Daku is not a good idea, we have found some good places to eat in town, which is a 15 minute stroll along the water. The Copra Shed has a good dining room as well as a good "snack bar" restaurant (which will “deliver” to the bar located around the other side of the “complex”—a bit of a strange setup but it ...
The first half of this trip is over, we are on our way back to Tonga. The job is getting pretty intense! 15 hour days with an hour and a half break with 4 and a half weeks left is starting to screw with my mind. Today wasn't the best day, more provisions arrived to a crowded walk in and people are starting to get stressed with the day-after-day routine. The guests are great, these owners are not as in your face friendly as the last but they are still very friendly and ...
... on, the wingman drinks next, then each person is offered a bilo in turn. If you wish to drink, you cobo once, you drink, you pass the bilo back to the server, you cobo 3 times. Simple.
After everyone has had a bilo, the wingman hopefully says “Dodo” pronounced dondo, which is the signal to uncross your legs and let the blood start circulating in your lower legs again. In between rounds the idea is to enjoy a little intercourse, of ...