Tanoa International Hotel
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The majority of posts on this blog over the next week will mainly contain lots of sentences about relaxing as you'd expect. Today we were both up at 6am and we went to sit outside and wait for breakfast. It was raining lightly which we didn't expect in Fiji but the view was still lovely. After breakfast we decided to go for a walk into Nadi town centre. The receptionist told us the way and said it would take 20 minutes. At the end of the road a police officer asked ...
... made conversation. The school children were just heading home from school, fooling around as they went. Most of the older boys were wearing a traditional Fijian sarong as the bottom half of their uniform. Indeed, many of the men in town wore the same. For pupils of one high school, there was effectively a role reversal (relative to teenagers in the UK); the girls' wore trousers and the boys wore sarongs. Arriving at the tiny tourism agency office, we were ...
... versa. Such was the passion with which he told us his story that we actually missed our turn off and were rather perplexed to find that the resort we were eventually dropped at, 'Wailoaloa Beach Resort' was rather lacking in one titular aspect.... a beach! This rather significant oversight apart we were pleased that for the price we were staying in what appeared to be relative comfort with decent sized rooms and a swimming pool. Having settled into our new ...
... spending the afternoon. The ceremony was exactly the same, except for the Fijian words none of us understood. It was all pretty legit till one minute before it was over, their chief got a call on his cellphone and answered it. That was pretty funny actually.
Back on the road it was a picturesque drive, with a photo stop or two, to our next place of rest in Rakiraki. It was dusk by the time we got there, everyone ordered dinner and went to freshen up. We have ...
... and most importantly hot showers!!
The next day broke our usual pattern in Fiji and was action packed. Firstly we tried our hand at some sea kayaking. Given our amateur status (Abbie had only ever been on rivers and Josh never before) we did very well. Beating two other English guys who joined us we got to see the island from an entirely new perspective and have a great laugh whilst doing so. Our next task was to climb to the summit of Waya Lailai to ...