Tropic of Capricorn Resort
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... I decided to go for a walk along the main street and see what there is around where I am staying for the next week. A lot of restaurants and little shops to have a look at. Supermarket and chemist right next door which is very convenient.
Overall my trip is off to a great start and I cannot wait to see what Fiji has to offer!
... 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.
... cava has numbing properties if consumed over several hours and apparently the men do like to settle down for a good session from time to time.
The bus-stop was not labelled and I couldn’t really see if the buses were either. I think you just had to be 'in the know’ to figure out which bus would take you where. I hopped on a couple and asked if they were going to Newtown or Wailoaloa Beach (my hotel district) and they weren’t so at ...
... that a new bar had opened and he would give us free drinks if we came... Result. We went there expecting there to be some sort of catch but true to his word he gave us free drinks all evening! The bar was really nice, on the beach and we played a game of hit a nail into a bit of wood... Not sure what it's called but if u miss the nail you do a shot of vodka... We were actually the only people at this bar and it was very dark as it was only lit by candlelight. ...
So, I'm back on the road and super excited about it. Landed at Fiji airport this evening with my rucksack weighing in at 23kg, that's because of the two bottles of champagne I had stuffed in there. you can't take many food products into Fiji but apparently the champagne, tinned tuna and instant noodles I had on me were fine. I had been warned that taxis in Fiji are pricey and it's true! I got a ...