Tsulu Beach Bunkhouse and Apartments
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... warn us about weather this side of the island and I should have listened!!
Prices in Fiji tourist resorts on par with Spain (therefore a bit cheaper than UK); prices in the cities for locals much, much better. We later found backpacker beaches with beers less than half the price of Uprising. Nope, really can't think of many redeeming features of this town!
... and the rest of the gang watched the test. I joined Jack playing frisbie opposite the pool and we had some fun.
I jumped into the pool and swam about for while whilst the others continued to watch the test.
There seems to be alot more people at the resort; with a heap more in the pool and common areas.
Today is our penultimate full day in Fiji.
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... watch what she got up to with SCUBA Sam (her instructor) in the pool. Jamie seems to be enjoying her pool dive and taking to it very well along with the basic SCUBA drills.
I had a coffee at the Dive School and continued reading through my Dive notes. Jamie finished her pool basics and we headed back via the same route with the same driver and vehicle; again through Nadi and back over the Denarau Bridge.
We kicked back ...
... this island not what I had in mind for Fiji and back on the big boat on the next island. Oh did it get choppy…I felt so sick! The waves were reaching the top of the boat, it was horrific. After about 3 hours we finally got to Nacula Island where we were staying at Blue Lagoon resort. This was more like it. We got greeted with the staff singing and welcome drinks. The dorm part of the island was hands down the nicest dorm I had been in! I was happy. Then sun popped its head ...
... take around ten minutes. Forty five turbulent minutes later, we arrived on Robinson Crusoe Island. Fiji time. The island looked tiny as we approached, white sands and blue skies made it the perfect picture postcard. The island staff were waiting on the beach to meet us and greeted us with traditional Fijian songs while we hopped off the boat. We checked in and were shown to our hut in the forest which would become our home for the next two nights.