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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 …
... In a desperate attempt to cling-on until we all leave Navotua at the end of November I have relished some isolation in my hotel room topped off with electricity and hot water. I got the Flyer on Friday lunchtime and hopped on it first thing this morning (Sunday) so it really was a flying visit.
I spent today wondering around Nadi buying stuff to keep me sane. I’ve bought a really nice watch to replace the dead one and it’s waterproof to ...
... a whole vocal group (singing video attached). Others came from across the region to celebrate and if someone had once sneezed in the direction of Navotua that seemed to qualify them for an invitation. Only in Fiji.
The school comprises three classrooms and the middle one was cleared for guests to sleep in and generally loll about; there’s a great deal of lolling in Fiji. I don’t mean that people spend all day "laughing out loud" (actually, ...
... soars up and light streams in from natural holes at the side of cave. It feels for all the world like you’re swimming inside a giant stalagmite.
I’d taken my mask and peering down into the depths I can confirm that the water is extremely deep. The village lads were shimmying up the walls, which barely had footholds, and then launching themselves from a great height into the cool fresh water (yes, fresh water). One of the lads who ...
... checking every nook and cranny.
My main concern is the spiders - they’re not poisonous but they’re huge (as are the cockroaches). Apparently. I’ve not seen one but everyone else has. "Oh my god, did you see that?" said Krishna as we walked into the village house. I didn’t. I’m told it was a cockroach the size of my hand. Back on Nanuya Lailai the biggest spider known to man was rummaging ...