The Terraces Apartments Denarau
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... which was incredible. After lunch, we spent the afternoon chilling by the pool in the gorgeous sun. A lad last night told us that the next 5 days are supposed to rain heavily - but the weathers lovely! So pleased! At 4 o clock, it was of course ... Boxing time!! We had a beer or two, and watched the boxing in one of the Fijian mans house, which was extremely nice of them. I actually really enjoyed watching the boxing! However I did lose my bet agains Jonny ...
We left South Sea at 9:30am this morning. It probably turned out best that we'd moved on because there wasn't too much to do on South Sea. Plus you could throw a stone from one side of the island to another, literally. We arrived at Mana an hour later and the ferry pulled up to it's own pier which comes 40 yards off the beach. Mana was huge. It's the biggest resort in the Mamanucas and also ...
We both woke up today at 6am and came outside to our little patio and watched sun come up slowly. After breakfast we got on the boat and headed out to a coral reef because we were going to be snorkelling with Reef Sharks. Not exactly Great Whites but still a shark all the same! The boat took us 20 minutes away from the island into the open water which meant that the ride their was quite bumpy. We all jumped in and one of the Fijian men ...
... shared a starter of Kokoda (lemon marinated fish, in a light coconut milk, island salsa, fresh herbs with a tinge of chillies) followed by my main of mahimahi fish fillet, rourou balls and tavioka served with miti. Georgia got the Fijian prawns which were amazing as well. Both were delightful, but for me the rourou balls with miti were the winner of the evening. Georgia decided to try the varkalava (a ...
The next few days were very relaxed. We had a buffet breakfast; I ignored all the cereals and patisseries in lieu of the variously cooked eggs and omelettes, cooked tomato, raw vegetable sticks and on one occasion Asian porridge with rice, veg, egg and chicken. The midday sun brought almost unbearable heat, which forced me to abandon the sun lounger next to the adult pool in search of the gym. During the three days at the resort I went to the ...