Twin Bay Resort
Travel Blogs from Yasawa Islands
... of their community is helping to raise their young: parents, grandparents, neighbors, etc. Many kids are running freely through the car less "streets" playing and laughing. And the village beautiful - sitting on a beach well organized with banana trees and flowering plants. We walk the village for about 40 minutes and find the locals to be eager to chat with us. The minister of the Methodist Church is wearing a Seahawks t-shirt so we stop and talk with him and ...
Dinner was nice and far too filling so we returned to our room to find an entire jungle of animals inside. A medium sized lizard, a huntsman on the window and a couple of flying bugs that were a little to ugly and big for my liking. Stu took care of a couple but I called for help on the rest. 6 people turned up! 6! You can imagine how white (well red) I felt standing in the middle of the room squealing "THE LIZARD HAS DISAPPEARED!" as ...
... next to me to stick her camera in his face (WITH THE FLASH ON MIGHT I ADD!) I took a couple of glamour photos for him and showed him my efforts. He responded with a high-five which then sent a sea of high-fives around the room as the kids high-fived everyone in their path.
As if that wasn't enough cuteness for one day, the kids then went outside to play. Naturally Stu threw himself amongst it, tackling children with rugby balls and ...
... first big hill, Su tried inspiring me with songs like "I Believe I Can Fly" and Mariah Carey's "Hero". I responded with "Tell me how am I supposed to breathe with no air", a Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown duet. He thought I was so funny but I was so not kidding. Once we reached the highest peak we took many-a-photo and I rejoiced knowing it was almost over. I told Su I wouldn't be surprised if I was the reddest white folk he had ever seen, sporting my signature red exercise face. ...
I woke up at 6am feeling very awake but knowing that if I didn't sleep more, I'd be needing a nap. Breakfast was had at 8 (the restaurant is open from 6am-10am for breakfast). We tried our luck at snorkeling again but the tide was low so that made it hard to snorkel. As soon as you got to the coral, it was too low and we didn't want to get scratched and injured. At about 2 o'clock I started to get my hair braided by a lady ...
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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- Can't wait to go back
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Nalova Bay, Nacula Island | Hotelfrom $40