Travellers Beach Resort
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So the bus doesn't show up at my hostel at 5am...or 5:15, or 5:20. So eventually me and the people who are really really late for their planes jump onto one of the arranged shuttles that just happens to be going by for a mere $10 each (bus price: $15, I win). On arriving at the airport, I glance up at the list of flights, but it's organized by …
... at the base of the Sleeping Giant Mountain, which looks like a gargantuan human figure snoozing on its back, with its mouth open. Our taxi driver, Mohammad, carefully negotiated the last few hundred metres on a dirt track road, explaining that he is meticulous in looking after his elegant black cab, a second hand driving school vehicle from Japan. On the way along the track, we passed churches so simple, bright and neat that they could have been paintings, ...
... Fijians that were 10km away; we just needed to drive over "the next hill"; and finally a kind man told us that if we followed the single lane, rock and clay road over the mountain and down again that we should arrive by sunset. This last kind gentleman was the closest! We arrived in pitch black, missing our village at around 8:30pm. Sophia stayed up and waited for our arrival and we were greeted by her and 2 of ...
... and what we did back home. Next they did some more singing and a few traditional dances. The kids are taught 45 minutes of traditional dancing and music everyday as pat of the curriculum. After the dancing they sang a farewell song and then it was photo madness. All the girls had short hair so they were all itching to take pics and play with Jenn and all the other girls hair. All the kids going bananas it was hectic but happy time for sure.
Back on the bus ...
... up on blogging and just chilled out. Surprisingly they had WiFi on the island but we were glad we didn't pay for it ($20) because we over heard some people complaining it wasn't working with the weather.
The next day we were leaving Manta ray resort to move islands. I managed to fit in some more snorkelling before we left, as the Yasawa flyer picked us up about midday. My photos really don't do it justice, it was like an aquarium under there.