Travellers Beach Resort

Address: 19 Newtown Beach, Wailoaloa Bay, Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 19 Newtown Beach, Wailoaloa Bay, Nadi.
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      Lounging Around

      A travel blog entry by ditchthecube on Nov 20, 2005

      9 photos

      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 …

      Wayalailai Ecohaven

      A travel blog entry by jessieanddavid on Mar 26, 2015

      5 photos

      ... to the next island we would be visiting, Wayalailai Ecohaven. On the boat we met a Belgium girl and 2 German girls who we'd been on the first island with who were staying at the same one as us so it was nice to see some familiar faces. We were greeted off the boat by the island staff playing their Bula song which is always nice to hear and see. Wayalailai is ...

      Brief Fijian Experience

      A travel blog entry by partickhill on Mar 03, 2015

      19 photos

      ... rather like spinach – it was lovely – and an old Fijian dish. I met the sister of the Chief - he was in the capital for discussions with the Government about access by the native people to the land – and two of his grandchildren. Maria (Soroptimist) and her husband took me to a traditional 'walking on hot stones show'. I managed a couple of photos but it was too dark to get one of the men walking on the stones. One of Fiji's main exports ...

      Mole People

      A travel blog entry by sea_tern on Feb 03, 2015

      9 photos

      ... without getting a smile and a cheerful <i>Bula </i>(hello) but the cynical side of me wonders if it is a bit of a publicity stunt. Regardless, we will have fond memories of our nearly perfect four days spent there. Prior to arriving in Fiji we spent a few days with Jeremy’s parents in their 80’s fabulous condo in Palm Springs. They were incredibly generous in letting us crash their serenity and drove us all over the place, including to Joshua Tree National ...

      Ahh, the magic of travel...

      A travel blog entry by kduntley on Jan 14, 2015

      1 comment

      ... pick up my checked bag in LA and transfer it to Fiji Airlines since I booked the tickets separately, so I got to get out my clippers and cut that baby off!!!!! IT WAS GLORIOUS!!!! It may not sound like much, heck it may be a gross story for some of you I don't know, but I'm still celebrating even now, 14 hours later. HALLELUJAH IT WAS HEAVEN!!!! That is all. Like I said, the magic of travel.. :)

      See you in Auckland!