Grand Eastern Hotel
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Early start today, we checked out and got a taxi just up the road to the smallest ferry point in the world. There were 2 boats when we arrived and they argued over which boat we should go in, we choose the one that wasn't so full that it looked like it would sink! The crossing was really smooth again and I saw about 20 flying fish ...
... 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 ...
... better to do with precious petrochemicals than dumping cheap plastic items on island societies that in the past have done very well producing only organic waste and done without. But fyi a selection of choice places to shop are in the photos below. The Copra Shed is an oasis for white people set up for visiting yachts.
Since having noticed a serious thinning out of cruising adventurers the last few years I am looking around the harbour ...
... into the water and snorkel around in the coral. We walked there this morning for a little snorkelling and for me to practice with my camera. ...
... much stronger and still feeling like I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be. No doubt longevity here will take lots of hard work, there are very few boats in this industry that are this busy, but with great challenge comes great reward, and I've always enjoyed a good challenge.
Ciao for now, pics on FB ...