New Mavida Lodge

Address: Beach Street, Ovalau Island, Lomaiviti Islands, Fiji | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Beach Street, Ovalau Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Ovalau Island

    Moving to Caqalai Island

    A travel blog entry by shazam-fiji on Oct 15, 2014

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    ... included materials such as; plastic bottles, flip-flops,
    rope and netting material.

    However, our first week here hasn’t been
    all hard work! In the evenings we have time to socialise with our local Fijian community
    who live on the island, we introduced GVI and the work we will be getting involved
    in here at the Sevu Sevu, where lots of kava was drank and we listened to the
    Fijians plan guitar and sing songs.

    Most evenings are spent ...

    The Fijian Experience

    A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on May 15, 2014

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    ... waters lazily crash onto the soft white sands sums up the Fijian way of life perfectly. There is no rush, we were on Fiji time now. After a BBQ lunch that was prepared by our very funny driver Armvein, who was knows as the FBI (Fijian Born Indian) as well as the Kava man. To go into a little bit of detail about Kava, it is Fiji's signature drink. It is a relaxant that is none alcoholic, it derives from the roots of the kava plant and is used as an offering to chiefs as peace ...

    Our last three days in paradise!

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Oct 13, 2013

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    ... it is good to be reminded of the importance of trusting God and waiting patiently on Him.
    We are headed over for our final meal at Wakaya now, fresh lamb chops, which were amazing when we had them for dinner a couple of nights ago. Then, we catch our private flight back to the Fiji "mainland" and begin our multi-flight trek to Myanmar, complete with an early morning bike ride shortly after landing. No time for jet lag! ...

    Wakaya Club on Wakaya Fiji!

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Oct 08, 2013

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    ... we were tempted to take a nap, but knew it would cause us to have jet lag for the next several days, so we resisted the temptation and spent the time unpacking our clothes, having a great workout (it is so nice to get back to exercise again), and then heading over for lunch at 1pm.
    We did make arrangements for our first Scuba dive while here, during lunch, and headed out at 3pm from the Wakaya Marina. How nice to have ...

    Little plane journey to Levuka

    A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on May 06, 2013

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    ... the front row and the pilot told Tom he could sit in the co-pilots seat! We were both very excited and Jen got to sit directly behind the pilot. The only piece of equipment that had an electronic display was an old GPS unit, other than that all the dials and buttons were very much analog. The flight was only 12 minutes taking us over tiny islands and climbing to 1000 feet. We landed on a tiny airstrip surrounded by steep ...