Tsulu Beach Bunkhouse and Apartments
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... The go-go pace is exhausting, but never truly appreciated until you have time to breath. The hurried life of the U.S. slowly faded away, and we began to embrace "island time". No clocks, only the sun and the tide to guide us throughout the day. Back home, a lunch that lasted 2 hours with slow service and a waitress that is sporadically present would have annoyed us, after all we are busy and there is an endless list of things to get done. But ...
... 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!
... two ladies and their children. First of all we made some anklets out of shells, then they taught us how to weave the leaves in different patterns to make the bracelets. We sat for over two hours with them, it was so relaxing. That evening we went to watch the sunset, it was beautiful, all the colours in the sky. Day 6-. We had breakfast, then got the ferry with adi, nials, domonic and tobi to another island called barefoot. On the ferry we bumped into Emma and belles, two girls ...
... lesson and then we were off. The raft is an inflatable and Moses was sitting at the rear on a plank that was fixed at an angle from the lip of the raft. He controlled the boat with two huge oars that were fixed in place. Phil and I sat up front at the side of the boat - kind of side-saddle - bum on the lip of the boat, both feet in the boat and one foot placed inside a huge cup that helped to stabilise us. Phil’s wife, Yun-hee, ...
Got into Nadi and again approached by touts from the bus stop area – they give me the *****. Into Patels to purchase some softdrink and a slab of beer.
I get a ride back to the Wyndham via the Westbus and head up to the apartment to put away the goodies. Cracking the first one was bliss and it was very refreshing after the long hour on the bus to Nadi and back.