Tropic of Capricorn Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Thursday 10 December...
We were up and out and on the train back to the airport by 6:00am after a fantastic sleep in our lovely bed.......another successful AirBNB booking and another nice host!!
We had breakfast at the airport then made our way to boarding where the plane left on time. We had a good flight over to Nadi and we got off the …
Woke up at 8am this morning to the sound of one of the cleaning ladies sweeping outside my dorm. Who sweeps at 8am?! Went for breakfast then straight onto the sand to do nothing for the day. I hired a bean bag to lounge on (or a bin bag as the Fijians call it!), got my kindle out and that was me sorted. Today was National Fiji day and about 10am the resort staff all lined up to sing their National anthem as ...
... on by one of the guys who worked there. We learnt how to take the outside shell off a coconut and then grind out the middle. Unfortunately the end result was a fish dish...shame I hate fish! I played a bit of football with Suka for a while, he is a rugby guy but wasn't to bad with a football to be fair! After this we all went and played volleyball while the sun started to go down. The island is literally like paradise, as cheesy as it sounds. Next up was shower time which was ...
... known as the soft coral capital of the world! I'm so glad I was able to experience it. After the dive we had a little more time to enjoy Blue Lagoon then got back on the big boat to head south for Octopus! Our first night in Octopus was "party night" at the Bar, so we enjoyed a few cocktails while playing BananaGrams and cards in the bar. We ended up making friends with a few of the staff members and had a fun night! While at Octopus we also took a trip to the local ...
... even welcomed with a Kava ceremony although it was the strongest Kava we had had by far we thought, as our tongues went numb. they had even made beautiful reefs of flowers for us from the surrounding trees. After this we were told that there was no restaurant herewhich we were quite happy about as we knew we would be able to save money by cooking for ourselves the only problem was the closest supermarket was in Nadi town. We got up early to catch a bus which took about ...