Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Neither of us have ever travelled so long. And crossing the date line somehow made it even worse! We left Quito on the 10th night to board our plane at 1am on the 11th. It was heart wrenching to say goodbye to George, Betty and David. I cried all the way to the airport. Heidi had left us in the morning after breakfast and gone off to enjoy her well deserved holiday.
We then started the waiting game - first in Quito and then in LAX where ...
6 July – 10 July 2014 - Passage to Fiji
It was clear from the beginning of this first passage back on MacPelican that we were all a little shaky on our sea legs. Big swell and very little wind did not help us acclimatise well.
Though none of us "sang" to the sea, we all lay around feeling very ordinary and eating was for survival needs only. Nonetheless by the third day, feeling much better and going only 2 knots – we took a plunge ...
Thursday 12 June, Day 18.
We have arrived in Savu Savu, which is a small town on the south coast of Vanua Levu, Fiji's second largest island. We sailed right past Suva, our next port of call last night, so we will back track once our visit to Savu Savu is complete at 8.00pm tonight. Vanua Levu has a population of 300,000 which is a third of the total for the Fiji Islands. It is very rural with much more of the native ...
... Sunday in Fiji- most restaurants and all shops are
closed. Even rec shops like dive shops and snorkel tours are closed. They take
their day of rest very seriously. I was told you either go to church or sleep
on Sunday, so with my food coma and jet lag I opted for the latter. Just
catching up on work and resting today- excited to board the Tuitai liveaboard
for 7 days starting tomorrow morning!
... their way to arrange activities or get us to town for shopping. Roy cleaned all of our fish and always had the kava ready when we shared a meal. Vatu was always around to make sure no food went to waste and always stopped by in the evening for a visit with a sharp bark to let you know he was there. We will miss them.
So many other people in Sekewa helped enhance our experience . Jay went out of his way ...