The Terraces Apartments Denarau
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We had an eaely start, left Denarau Islandbefore 6 a.m., returned the hire car with some difficuty - there were no signs as to where it should be returned and the only option was to park in the public pay carpark. Eventually the formalities were completed and we boarded the plane. The captain announced over the intercom that all passengers, all luggage and even the ...
... in and around the very colourful Hindi temple before exploring the local craft markets. It was a relaxed and pleasant end to our trip. The rest of the day was spent either by the pool, ocean, or relaxing with a good book.
... Our trip rip to the Coral Coast was not very pleasant. Today was a public holiday - Fijian national day of sport - so there was a lot of traffic and we got caught in an army convoy of 6 buses. They insisted on driving in close formation and were reckless and inconsiderate of other traffic.
Our first stop stop was at Shangri-la. Again the security detail were reluctant to let us through. We then had a second security stop and had to sign in ...
... doing a milk run to numerous islands. At each island passengers would embark/disembark onto a tender which would take them to various island resorts. Off Mana island we transferred to the sailing ship by tender. The sails were raised for a short while but it was just for show - the boat was powered by a Diesel engine.
The trip from Mana to Modriki island was quite a challenge. There was a strong sideways swell and quite a few of the passengers struggled ...
... of the inhabited Fijian islands, and is only half an hour from the mainland. When we arrived close to the island we transferred from the big boat to a little one to take us to shore. Waiting on shore were all the staff singing a welcome song and ready to greet us. It was amazing. The island is SO small, you can see one side from the other and walk around it in like 6 mins. But it is paradise and a half, all the palm trees and hammocks and the bluest, clearest ...