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Travel Blogs from Rakiraki
... that placing the kava cup on the floor in traditional times would have seen her beheaded. Oops. Here, we also had the pleasure of meeting two sisters from London. Again, very lovely, slightly annoying. And full of very boring stories; we're talking striped jumpers, coconut bowls and a very 'unique' travelling route. We have seen them since and they are very pleasant, just a tad naive, bless em.
We got back to the room to discover our tan ...
... The dive was much deeper than any dives we had done before, and we saw lemon sharks, nurse sharks and huge bull sharks. Aside from getting seasickness while sat on the boat between dives, I really enjoyed the dives, and I’m so glad we did it.
So that’s it from Fiji – not quite what we had in mind but we are back on track now, and really looking forward to our trip across the USA.
Stay tuned for more adventures!
... back to find the girls cooking dinner, they require no help from me so I open a beer what else is a man to do. We only have electric from 5 till 10 so everyone is trying to get all their items charged up. The Japanese hardly speak but when the lights go out they come to the table we are at and start showing us games they have on the iPad must date back to the war and they feel they can creep up in the dark. Wake around 3 in the morning and have ...
... the lads we were with saw a shooting star but Ally and I were too busy closing our eyes.
MORNING!!!! Em woke up to an American guy singing and talking to himself. She sat up and said morning to him which freaked him out a bit as he didn't even realise there were people sleeping there so made a quick exit. Ally grabbed a bacon sandwich (great choice better than muesli). We then all jumped in the car and set off again to travel down the south part of ...
... a few coconuts and opened them. We used the coconut milk as broth added ginger, onion, eggplant, carrots, cucumbers, limes and some kind of greens we bought at market that tasted like a combination of lemons and artichokes but looked like spinach. We put our fish on top and closed the lid and steamed it for about 40 minutes. We ate on the deck under our covered roof and watched it rain and wondered what kind of weather tomorrow will bring. ...
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Kings Road, P.O. Box 31, Rakiraki | 2 star hotelfrom $32