Travellers Beach Resort
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... a stroll to the other end of the island (about 10 min walk). Brian went back to complete his final dive for his certification. I chilled on the hammock for a bit then went to check out the small black reef tip sharks along the shoreline. Two more girls checked in during this time, Anisa (Canadian) and Charlotte (Swedish). Brian got back from his dive and we decided to upgrade to a bure, the dorms would have been fine, but now we had 1 loo between 5. Happy hour was from 6-7 and ...
... 8217;s sail-away party was in full swing.
On board we had a great dinner and were entertained tonight by 2 professional dancers. They were incredible (we have had different entertainers every night of this cruise - almost all have been exceptional!)
We have one sea day ahead of us before reaching ...
... look for it on the way. Luckily I found it pretty soon after getting in lol. We went deeper this time, right out to the buoy and saw more beautiful fishes and coral. It was pretty amazing and the visibility really good. So many fish swimming around you, Rob even spotted an eel poking its head out a rock! Pretty fantastic! It had its mouth open and you could see its teeth, I took some photos but was hesitant about getting too close.
... people and we know why! We decided to make the most of the good weather and get some sunbathing in on the beach before meeting everyone else at the hostel at dinner. The kava bowl came out again and we got to know all the staff at the hostel. Typically we woke up to clouds and lots of wind and having left our large luggage on the mainland, we were without warmer clothes! We passed the time by learning to make coconut jewellery and having a Fijian lesson! The bad ...
... the patches of cow pat on our way down.steep, no friction and little opportunity to steer -some people weren't so lucky to avoid the manure piles.
After sand boarding and wiping off the cow pat we dipped in hot springs and mud pools hidden in a mountain top. Top secret! I called my parents just before this and as much as I appreciated my dad's wise words of advice to 'wear a life jacket' I didn't take them on board. Soz dad! A gas mask ...