Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa
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... island. We stayed in a beautiful resort, run by Kiwi's who settled here. Despite the rain the island was magical and had a really lovely feeling to it. We hired a driver and went to the other side of the island to the Lavena Coast where we hiked through some rainforest before following the coast in a little boat. Easy to see why several films had been filmed on location here - a little slice of paradise. The ...
... 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 ...
... visit the village and waterfall. This is a custom we have experienced throughout the South Pacific islands. The village is home to around 80 people and has its own church and is self-sufficient. After the village we had a guided walk to the waterfall which was beautiful.On our last day as we were flying back out of Labassa we decided to take a detour to the town to explore it. What difference to the laid back picturesque town of ...
... On the final day there I went snorkelling & this certainly made up for feeling awful on the Belize snorkelling trip. The coral was so impressive, the water changed from turquoise to a deep shade of blue but remained crystal clear and we saw loads of bright fish and a turtle. I'm currently back in Nadi, having taken the awful ferry again, but just intend to chill here for the next couple of days until I head on to ...
... a wonderful time. The wheels are already turning on how put together a school community service trip to help out the schools here. Fiji would be a great place to take students and they would be stunned at how happy the students are here given the lack of resources. (steps down from soapbox) Tomorrow we are going to the hospital is Savusavu to decorate for Christmas with the Rotary Club. The girls are ...