Taveuni Island Resort & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Taveuni Island
... 8217;s “Wrecking Ball” (the chat roulette version), Stand by Me played by street performers for the “Project for Change”, Katy Perry’s “Roar”, and of course, a night of American music would not be complete without me rapping to Eminem’s “The Real Slim Shady”, hahaha.
Tomorrow’s itinerary includes sliding down a natural waterslide, hiking, and diving the Rainbow Reef! Vinaka ...
... in comparison to Taveuni. The corals are the most beautiful pinks, purple, blue. There are golden tunnels and white walls, almost every colour you can think of. And while you are appreciating that, there are tons of fish swimming around you, also all with beautiful different colours. We saw a few sharks, most of which were sleeping on the ocean floor. Not as scary as you would think. We also saw the rare orang-utan crab, hawksbill fish and Dori (blue tang), ...
... so smiley and told us that they went on the slide everyday after school. While we walked back one of the boys climbed up a huge branch and then the other boys held on and then it made them fly up with the branch. Alex then held the branch for all 3 of them and made it go even higher . .they loved it. They followed us all the way to the main road and then waved goodbye. We returned back, got some food and were buzzing from an amazing day!!
... the other island (not all surviving the journey sadly). The flight apparently costs FJ$4000 a go. But if you’ve gotta go, you’ve gotta go (unless it’s dark, in which case you have to wait until morning). Lucky that the health system is all government funded I guess. We’ve been so lucky to have the afternoons off to make the most of being here, how often do you come to Fiji eh? One afternoon trip was to the blow hole on the south of the island. ...
... From the bus we boarded a boat and started our journey towards our new island home. Along the way, we stopped at two villages and picked up what we later learned was the staff from the eco lodges, on their way to work. The boat ride was a wild one as we hit large waves and bounced around in a tiny dingy who’s engine didn’t always cooperate. We were soaking wet by the end of it, but laughed the whole way. Due to the tide as ...