Tanoa Rakiraki Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... sell me a jet ski ride for 2.5 hours, 30 min snorkel at one of the islands for F$400.
Got back to the apartment and got changed out of the sweaty walking clothes and into a pair of boardies – ready for a cool refreshing swim. Today is ‘room clean day’ so the Fijian Housecleaner will be in soon.
Down to the pool for most of the day it was a cruisy day chillin’ under the sun.
Jack found ...
Day 6 (Wednesday 3rd December 2014)
Up relatively early about 0730 hours – coffee and a stare out over Nadi Bay from the Apartment balcony; a sole person doing their early morning fitness regime with a freestyle swim in the bay; as two kayakers paddle in the distance.
A quick catch up on the blog.
We are heading into Nadi again today; to exchange some dollars so I can pay the SCUBA Bula people; as I type the waves from Nadi ...
... got to the caves and it was amazing. We walked down some stairs and it was a huge cave just full of water. It was a tad cold but great. Was soo much fun swimming around. To get to the next cave you had to hold your breathe and go underneath the cave. This cave was pitch black. Pretty amazing though. Defiantly worth the trip. We got back to the resort and had fun by the pool then, Bram, Rude and I went for a snorkel in the sea. The fishes and coral were really good again. The sun ...
Jack was on dishes tonight and sorted the kitchen out – good boy Jack.
We viewed the photos that I had taken so far on the apartment TV as it has a USB connection which is good – as I brought my terabyte black box which holds heaps of movies.
After the photos viewing we watched the rest of the Star Wars and about half of Al Pacino’s Scarface – then it was time for bed.
Your Fiji Commentator,
... the place we are staying is mainly for kite surfing/ wind surfing and snorkling so that is what we will be doing everyday.
Only bummer is that in the bay there is alot of coral so not ideal for learnng to kite surf in, oh well hammock it is for me!