Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Savusavu
... its close enough to row, its seems a more peaceful way of entering a village and the dinghy is constantly losing air and leaks like a pig – enough said.
We wander down the dirt road, everyone waves, smiles, Bula! – children can’t take their eyes of Finn - white fella is still a curiosity. On our return, a bus stops in front of us and an elderly Fijian gent disembarks with a tiny four year old boy. Esimili is about to become a dear ...
... and hired a taxi driver to give us a bit of a tour for a morning. It was great having a local show us around the hot springs, the great views and he even introduced us to the village chief. The Fiji culture is still very much tribal with a chief running each village. We gave the chief our gift of Kava (more potent than alcohol apparently) to enter the village and he and a few of the locals did a welcome chant for us. It was definitely a unique experience. The role of chief ...
... outside of the town of Savusavu. Roy and Lisa are our hosts and live right on the same property. We have had a great week getting to know them and their dog Vatu. They are a wealth of knowledge about the surrounding area and the different villages and settlements.
The view from our deck is incredible! You can see the ocean, there are so many species of birds of every colour. There are macaws that are teal, green and yellow. There are ...
... us all sat on to rocks around the incredibly hot spring and trying to dish up the food. Food was delicious! We then headed back and as we did then came back over to us and asked what we are doing tomorrow and if we would like to hang out with them. They also wanted to take us out to the little island in the bay. Guttingly we are heading to Taveuni tomorrow morning but told them we are back at the weekend. Their names were Andrew, Ben and Eddy . . . such a lovely evening.
... had gone out yet again, we figured we had nothing to loose by letting him take a look. He opened the unit and found the problem(s); a faulty circuit board with a blown transistor
as well as some corrosion. “I can have this fixed and back to you
in the morning, 100%,” he assured us. Our jaws dropped and hope was
rekindled. In the morning, it was in fact working and he indicated
that he needed to order two new ...