The Terraces Apartments Denarau
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On New Years Day I had to be up at 7am to be ready to be collected at 7:30am for my transfer to Malolo Island and The Funky Fish Resort, it was a struggle after the night before. This stay was a lovely Christmas gift and exactly what I wanted from Fiji. A lovely remote and quiet Island to ...
... waves churn it up the sea is like swimming in a mud bath. No one seems to use the sea other than for water sports, but the swimming pools more than make up for it. The designs are innovative, with childrens' areas, family areas and adults only and don't seem to get overcrowded. We have been extremely lazy here as we know what a busy 4 weeks ahead we have. Having packed our snorkelling gear ...
... tan to disguise my very badly bitten legs! Damn mossies. (Pretty sure one got in bed with me, demolished my legs). Myself and Tuesday got in, shes pretty hardcore for a 15 year old, Was pretty chilly but not too cold.... hundred of fish once you reach the coral. the fluttered by underneath and I watched Tuesday go for it and dive under. As I swam round, I caught a glimpse of a shark. Was a small one, but still it was a shark. So at that point I went back the boat. ...
... I wonder how much staying there would cost a pretty penny no doubt.
Sadly we had to drive away and go to the only Makkers on the island for a bite to eat.
It didn't have wifi, the only place was at the airport apparently, so as we weren't too far from there, we decided to go and make use of the facility there.
I managed to send a couple of emails which was nice, then went ...
... the last hour, having met Eddie the carpenter (while at the bus stop) and the two local guys on the beach when I popped down there to eye the shore. Vinny asked me where I was from and when I said London he said “ah, the mother country”; being the cynic I am I couldn’t help wonder what he would say to an American or a German tourist. Anyway, he asked me where I was going and I said I wanted to go to Moomi’s for a mosquito net (per ...