Grand Eastern Hotel
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... side of the island. The bus had to wait 1 hour before it headed off, so I jumped off to pop to the loo, when I returned I bumped into Mohammed again, and he told me that he had been on the bus and had given Alex a 'Banana Package' for us. So, so kind, he had run over to the market to buy us a bag of bananas for our journey . . . so generous . . very humbling! We then had the most epic bus journey we have probably ever been on. We went high up the mountains until we could ...
... we sailed with all the plastic glass surrounding our cockpit and protecting us from the elements. The boat handled beautifully and luckily our autopilot was not over-powered. With no mainsail up and just a little itsy-bitsy part of the jib out, we saw speeds of 7 & 8 knots.
During one of the squalls that we passed through, our large headsail decided that it was time to unfurl all on its own. Sounds sort of like a dog taking ...
... fell asleep eventually and by morning light the spook was over. That night Rick didn’t get much rest at all but his ‘LAND HO’ shout woke me and I scrambled up on deck. Once again morning dawned in dramatic windblown cloud formations in dark shades of grey. The island of Kadavu was to the left. Ten years ago we spent some time there. It’s a lovely island, often bypassed the boats because they don’t have Custom and ...
... closed for construction so everyone had to go through Savusavu—the joys of island travel).
So we had at least 7 hours to kill. A very nice, helpful lady at the Air Pacific counter suggested a cafe that would be open at 7:00 and where we “sit for as long we liked on a lovely patio” and called for a car to take us there. So we went , and it was lovely, and we sat for a while and had a coffee. ...
... tribe members. With our 14 items of luggage loaded on the boat, we were given the traditional Fijian farewell. With Mhani and Tale on guitars everyone was lined up on the beach singing the farewell song. We had to walk the line and bid each person farewell before clambering into the boat. Back to Labasa.
Would we do it again? Probably not, but we were glad that we had done it, lasted the week and come as close as a tourist can come to experiencing true Fijian culture and ...