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Travel Blogs from Yasawa Islands
... will help me identify what half my photographs are and enabled me to keep in touch with home without looking at my blackberry!!!
Thank you to all that have commented.
I have to start thinking about the next trip....... Suggestions welcome . My holiday year starts again in September :0). I'm thinking either polar bears or great apes......but have to pay this credit card bill first.
Looking forward to seeing you all soon
... Caroline, Camille and Celina. It was interesting to be floating on the water instead of in the water. I, mainly, saw the same things as when we go diving: coral, fish and starfish. It was fun and after getting out of the water, we had a drink before heading back to base. Dinner and then off to bed, ready for my final week in Fiji. On Monday morning, the weather was quite rough and there was a warning out, so no boats left the island at 8am. Instead, we worked ...
... Then off to the boat. We load everything on and head off the dive site. Once there, we put on our BCDs, fins, and mask and do another buddy check, before rolling backwards off the boat. Our dives usually last for about 45 minutes at a depth between 15-20 meters. Then back on the boat and back to base. There, we will have a snack or lunch and then gear up again for another dive. Diving is amazing here and time flies under water. On Tuesday morning, Tess and I did our ...
... That evening, after dinner with some other GVI members, I went to bed, knowing that I would never get my bag in time for the following day's departure. During the night there was a group who made so much noise and turned on the light in the middle of the night, so I did not sleep well. The next morning, all GVI volunteers had breakfast together and introduced ourselves, before heading to the port and boarding the boat. It was a ...
... picked our likely winner, who we named Michael Shellmacher. All crabs were placed in a circle drawn in the sand and the first 3 to make it beyond the outer circle were declared winners. Shellmacher didn't make the top 3, but came top 10, no mean feat for a little fella battling against 49 other crabs! Best crab ever!
We stayed at a couple of really beautiful resorts on the islands, Octopus was my favourite, but the only way we could even ...
Other places to stay in Yasawa Islands
Lautoka, Waya Lailai | Hotelfrom $39
Yasawa, Yasawa Islands | Hotelfrom $64
PO Box 1838, Yaqeta Island | 5 star hotelfrom $255
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Nalova Bay, Nacula Island | Hotelfrom $40