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It was time to move islands, so after breakfast
the water taxi took us back out to the passing ferry and we were on our way to
Wayalailai Island and the Naqualia Resort. It took about an hour and a half,
and the water taxi that came to pick us up was considerably smaller than the
last. This was fine apart from the sea was quite …
... some of my own at the island's Mango tree. At first this felt like a fine way to spend half an hour of our last morning in paradise and so, joined by Helen, I slipped off my flip flops and strolled merrily along the beach to our destination. What young Rups (!) had failed to mention was that not only was it at least a half an hour walk to our destination (which would have serious ramifications for my planned last morning of 'doing nothing'), but that this walk was, at ...
... The choice of movie was to be voted upon and was between the family friendly 'Red Dog' and 'Drive'. Since I had already seen 'Red Dog' I was pleased that 'Drive' won the vote as I had heard that it was a good movie but knew nothing else about it. 45 minutes into the movie, I hoped that whoever had thought this an appropriate movie to show to an audience that included among other children, a 3 year old, had known nothing about the movie as well. For this was one of the ...
... She showed us coral that changed colour when you waved water at it, coral that shot back inside when scared, and a tall blade of coral grass about a metre long with little fish running up and down it! We saw an enormous oyster and loads more tropical fish and the massive blue star fish. Adam took a nap in the afternoon and I went for a float on rubber ring in the bay. After lunch I had my daily double caramel magnum and then we had several dips in the ...
... standard bure I’d booked. Well you’ve never seen such a huge villa in your life, complete with open air bathroom - these open air bathrooms are clearly on trend up in the Yasawas.
We headed off to lunch and the designer clad gals were there. Before you knew it they had ordered two cans of Fiji Gold and in my book, anyone who looks like them and orders Fiji Gold, especially in a can, is going to be alright; never judge a book by its ...