The Terraces Apartments Denarau
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... waiting for the taxi I grabbed a coffee from the tiny cafe next to the entry gate.
For a school group you would be able to easily spend half a day exploring the gardens.
A 20 minute taxi drive to the Robinson Crusoe Jetty for the Robsinson Crusoe Day Cruise allowed me to see a bit more of the Fijian scenery before boarding the cruise ...
... sea. Yes, the devil makes work for idol hands wearing golf gloves.
For me, the magic in Mana Island is North beach, hidden but discovered by a tiny trek through the jungle. It's the sort of place where you naturally stumble across a starfish, washed up coconuts and giant sea shells.
Mana Island is a beaut, but better for the scuba sort or for those who don't mind there being limited activities.
May 12, 2009
... of years ago. We were here for two days and entertained ourselves with kayaks, chilling by the pool and playing volleyball. On our snorkelling trip we found Nemo amongst coloured coral and hundreds of tropical fish. Kate even spotted a ray. After our two days here we were picked up by another boat and taken to Mana island for another two nights. This island was much smaller than Malolo and could be walked round in 2 hours, although we didn't test this. Instead we ...
Well it's the day of the wedding.... And the morning started perfectly... Blue sky, slight breeze.
clouds are slowly rolling in.... And the wind is picking up.... I hope it doesn't take a turn at 3pm!
went for my morning walk.... The only negative I can find, ...
... than I drank and somehow, Sondra and I ended up back at our hostel around 2am with an almost full bottle of bounty rum. But the bits in between are lost to me forever I fear.
The next day I obviously felt very delicate, so as soon as I got to the next island, a tiny place called south sea, I had dinner and was in bed and passed out around 9.
So, woke up fresh as a daisy yesterday ready for my last full day in Fiji. Breakfast ...