Tadrai Island Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in have been great and our treat the Ace hotel in Palm Springs was so cool. The places that we were surprised by how much more we liked them were Santa Barbara and Palm Springs, though the later probably had a lot to do with the hotel. The next stage of our adventure takes us to Fiji, where we are going to relax on the beach, but first we have to need to cross the International Date Line and lose a day as we go from being 8 hours behind to 11 hours ...
... as Happy Hour. Very dangerous!
Dinner was at the aforementioned Mexican Restaurant, which turned out to be a good night and only cost FJ$74 including wine and the biggest slice of chocolate cake I have ever seen.
Thursday 29 May, Day 4.
Another day of swimming and relaxing. We were glad the we had these few days to sdjust to the 4 hour time difference with Perth. We could get up as late as we wished.
Sung to by the Fijians as we left Beachcomber. Feeling terrible the aftermath of the very potent Bounty rum had kicked in. Boarded the ferry, wasn't long until the rocking motion got really bad, bit sick. Arrived at Octopus resort, felt like we had just arrived in paradise. Greeted with tropical drinks. Had an amazing Fijian fish for lunch, chicken soaked in coconut milk, lemon and mango. ...
... gardener at the resort and was only last night in receipt of an email confirming that I would be welcome to come during my very last 24 hours in Fiji. 'At last’ is an understatement.
The resident coral gardener, Michael, and I donned our flippers and masks for a garden tidy-up. First we visited the Coral Nursery of cages and frames where he grows small healthy fragments of coral into beefy chunks ready for re-planting. ...
... with me diving so that I could have the special price! He hesitated at first but felt guilty so he came and he was thankful that he came as he loved it just as much as I did. This time, I was able to use the setting "advance underwater" on my camera for the first time! It was scary at first to tip backwards from the boat but its really like falling on a pillow! The diver held us by the hand until we wanted to let go. It ...