Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... couple of days and top up on rations. Its mango season here and the market is heaving with tropical fruit of all kinds....I'm in heaven!
Today, we went to the market and bought the ingredients for a Lovo - a traditional Fijian dish, where the food is cooked with hot stones in the ground. Our meal was prepared by Sunita, the cook on site. We watched ...
... children, Again, everyone we passed offered us to join them to eat when they have so little.
On our return to Buca Bay, Ismeli accompanies us into Savusavu – overland this time – via the local bus with no windows. We wind through hills and plantations and we successfully pick up the piece for our water maker. Yay!! We can now make water and feel that much more independent. After warm and heartfelt farewells, we depart and head north east to Rabi ...
... 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!
... to Fiji in the short time that we were there. It’s such a vibrant, welcoming place with a beauty that was so different to any of the other islands we had been to. All that and the friendly people have sent it close to the top of our list of favourite countries on the trip. But it was time to go, and we boarded our tiny aeroplane back to Nadi, where we spent one night on the mainland, with one last dinner and a beer on the beach. The perfect way to end our island hopping ...
... 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 ...