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... view that a local will always know what’s safe and what’s not so if Sera was game to cross then so was I.
Me trudging downhill in torrential rain, sliding mud and flip flops is not a good mix. I’d asked the kids a few times if we were close to the village and, just as with the lake, they assured me we were. Why oh why did I believe them? After trudging down the 'road' for nigh on two and a half hours we literally got within a ...
... big downside of Fiji, I have to go back to London at its worst; I’m dreading that bone-chilling wind) so Simone told me I mustn’t swim under the cascade from the big waterfall and I mustn’t swim under the cascade from the little waterfall. I must swim through the six inch gap between the two. He leapt and swam. I leapt and swam... straight under the cascade from the little waterfall. Well I was pushed down and out and around and under ...
... and Dive. I don’t know what I’d expected but when I arrived I was greeted by Robyn, the owner, and her sister-in-law, Joyce. Both ladies are American, late 60s/70s and I really did feel like Scottie had beamed me down into a Golden Girls’ set.
We sat chatting for a while and I got the distinct feeling that I was being interviewed on occasion and then I was shown to my Garden bure. Perfectly pleasant is how I’d describe ...
... kitchen in our bungalow. We had limited ingredients from the local grocery store and it took us a few nights to get back into it, but we really enjoyed it.
The main reason we chose to visit Taveuni is it's proximity to the Somosomo straight, a great diving location that is said to have some of the best soft coral in the word. Our diving careers are still young, but we have been lucky enough to dive in both Thailand and the Philippines, however ...
... do, like make our own coconut ring, a crab race, or a blind coconut cracking ralley.
It was also wonderful to be able to walk barefoot for multiple days and being waken by the little kingfisher taking his morning bath in our foot washing tub. We also went snorkeling one day, which was fun once you got past the nauseating waves and to the place where the real coral riff starts. We saw a white tip riff shark, and they are so cool. Not big enough to be fear inducing, but sharks ...