Grand Eastern Hotel

Address: Cnr Gibson & Rosawa Sts, Labasa, Vanua Levu, Fiji | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Cnr Gibson & Rosawa Sts, Labasa.
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          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Labasa

          Boarding Tuitai

          A travel blog entry by karebearlevy on Apr 28, 2014

          7 photos

          ... 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 ...

          Fiji...what an adventure

          A travel blog entry by grace_woodw. on Jul 25, 2013

          Hello there! about to ship off again, but we've been in Fiji for about a week now. We've met new friends from GreenForce UK, look it up if anyone is into saving the planet or sharks, or wants to know about third world medicine. We hung out on rural Fijian beach for a few days....still can't get over that. We've been on land so much, and all 30 of us are happy happy crew mates. The one month mark is upon all of us, we're very sad, ...


          A travel blog entry by gatogo on Jun 15, 2013

          7 comments, 9 photos

          ... only option was to cut our losses and let the sail free. Hopefully in doing this, the sail would not get caught around the rudder or propeller and cause even more damage. The seas were definitely too rough, so one of us getting into the water to free the sail was definitely NOT an option. We got out the knife and cut through the halyard. The sail cleared the starboard hull, which it was wrapped under, and was dragging directly down the center ...

          Passage to Fiji

          A travel blog entry by mithrandir on Jun 10, 2013

          3 comments, 17 photos

          ... We had called ahead to the Copra Shed Marina and informed them of our arrival. The night watchman was in a dinghy helping us tie to a mooring even at 5.45 am.

          According to my captain some well established traditions can not be broken by the time of day. Out came the bottle and we had rum and coke and corn chips with home made guacamole for breakfast and by the time the first official arrived, it was the lady from the Health department we ...

          Made it to first destination!

          A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto on Sep 18, 2012

          5 photos

          ... own group meals in a separate area. I had heard that one of the great things about this place was the communal dinners. It looks like there are only 5 people not in the yoga group here now and we were the only ones eating dinner here last night. And the food was extremely disappointing—a supposedly Cajun chicken that tasted like it had a canned barbecue sauce on it! We forced it down and were in bed by 8:00 pm. Up ...