Tropic of Capricorn Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Day 2.. We woke early, and ended up skipping breakfast..as very Fiji time. Our coach collected us and off we went to the marina. From here we bordered the yasawa flyer, a big yellow ferry that goes to all the islands. Our first stop was South sea beach which was to be our home for 2 nights. We apparently picked the smallest island in Fiji, you could walk around it in 5 minutes! We settled ourselves in and then went to chill. B got talking to max the diving instructor, who said he ...
... oversized tins of food or face bleach (?!), of which there appeared to be a distinct oversupply. So, instead we headed to the airport a little earlier than planned to drop off our hire car. This done, we realised that we now had 3 hours to kill before our flight. Normally, this would present far less problem to me than to Helen, since I am very happy at airports where there is little else to do but to engage in some quality down time. Here, however, we encountered one ...
... the only Fijian shop in town" where they proceeded to give some sort of initiation to Fiji in what felt like he had made up on the spot, after talking some bollocks we had a sip of kava (local drink) and waited for the pink elephants to start appearing. The only thing on my mind was what I was going to have to shell out for this, he just asked for a tip but tried selling items in the shop. I felt like a mug for even going in the shop in the first place as we ...
... we had seen in the photos. We arrived at our little island and checked in while local Fijians sang us their welcome song and we got supplied with a complimentary free drink. Things were looking good. The accommodation was...interesting. We got told to expect it to be a little more rustic than the last place, but I don't think either of us were ready for this. We were in a dorm, well a metal hut, about a 5 minute walk from the main building through a Fijian ...
... root vegetables that we know of and not a potato in sight. On the way back we stopped at a Hindu Temple, the painting was very vibrant and the inside ceilings were covered with murals telling the Hindu religious stories. It was a very hot day, just after lunch and at the temple everyone has to remove their footwear. The marble floors were red hot and everyone was dancing around as if on ...