The Crow's Nest
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Everyone went into Denarau for some last minute shopping on bits and pieces except Jack and I. (We have done that to death).
They caught the Westbus in. We were going to meet at the Golf Club for 'all you can eat pizza'; but we werent sure of the timing.
Jack and I went down to the Golf Club; checked the cricket score and hung about waiting for the others to show up; we waited awhile and decided to head ...
... super excited and had a big smile on her face – she seemed wrapped about her new water experience.
Our surface interval was about 60 minutes and we had a coffee (black) and Jamie had a cup of tea; we all shared a cut up fresh pineapple.
Back for our second dive and I did a 'Drift Dive’; along with the current and saw a Moray Eel; schools of fish; several sharks and ...
... salad and fries – with the beautiful sunset smashing out different hues of orange and red from the dropping sun.
We finished off the second half of Scarface and then hit the sack. We finished our last bottle of Wild Witch Shiraz and our Fijian Babies are also now departed. On the bright side we are going back into Nadi tomorrow – so will have to purchase some more Fijian Babies. Until then…Your Fijian Commentator:
... had spent most of the day trying to give me some space. Well not too bad a day even with getting unwell again. Off to dinner only Sandra & Carol not there as we weren't sure why. So a dinner with Eileen & John, then off to the show with a Ventriloquist a girl not common for a Ventriloquist to be the case most are blokes, then the crew put on a live show some were really really amazing. Another good day to be had by ...
... word is "Life", but is used a greeting which implies wishes for good health. Now from here on in, this word is used everywhere. The Fijians are extremely friendly and welcoming. In my opinion at first, they don't seem very welcoming, but they are more than happy to help and are very warm and lovely once you get speaking to them. At each place we have been to so far, we have had the privilege of being guided by someone, or had someone to greet us or have been around ...