BEST WESTERN Hexagon International Hotel, Villas & Spa
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... day as us, Ollie thought he had 2 nights there and somewhere else but turns out he was there for 4.. Quite a bit for such a small island. Jeppe was also doing his dive course and had been there for 3 days. B decided to bring our duty free alcohol down which was then dispensed amongst everyone, so if you weren't drinking, you were now...jeppe ended up collecting some crabs and we did a bit of crab racing which was fun. Then a little dude appeared with a guitar and got us ...
... our (my) chat and our (Helen's) desire for competitive word games (it was our aim to send pictures of us playing Bananaramagram in as many different countries as possible- great game, thanks, Sal - to the person (Sal, in case you missed that) who had given us a great travel game which will forever be associated with this wonderful trip), we now headed inside to a far longer queue for our tickets. Inevitably, we were joined by the New Caledonian couple who had managed ...
... both men and women must cover up wearing sarongs. We visited a local village, and saw the children at work catching fish, as well as the man made houses out of bamboo. The houses are laid out so each room is a separate building, and guests aren't allowed in the bedroom building. We also went to the beach and had a bbq for lunch :) Day ones last activity was sand boarding. Slightly terrifying but really good fun, the hardest part was actually climbing up the ...
... on Mana Island was definitely a highlight. I also came third out of 15 others (14 girls) in a limbo competition and Kim and I alongside two others got up and did England proud singing the English National Anthem in reply to the Fijian (or not proud if you've ever heard my singing voice). Mana Island was amazing and I would definitely recommend it. Once our time was up at Mana, we decided to return to the main island again to recuperate and then head off to ...
... when we reach melbourne in December! There was also a free submarine we got to go on which was really cool. Didn't think we'd see much at all as everyone says the coral and sealife are all dead here but pleasantly surprised. Within the first few minutes of submerging we spotted a pretty big stingray and lots of fish, including a dory from finding nemo! Some other people managed to see turtles but with my poor eyesight couldn't see any through the water! Our second day on ...