Twin Bay Resort
Travel Blogs from Yasawa Islands
... days with maybe a few hours of sun each day, which was the time we got our camera out to show all our friends what a sunny and hot time we were having! The short spells of rain allowed some cool down time however, as the 30+ open sun punished our tame white skin. With very little to do on the islands when the rain was out, we even resorted to playing scrabble at the bar... On the second day we took out a kayak to the most turquoise and clear spot in the sea we could reach, we ...
... about damaging with the unnatural length of my flippers (something that Mario Van Peebles was clearly less concerned about!). To heighten our enjoyment of the dive, Mario had an ingenious little whiteboard with him which he would intermittently use to write down the names of what we were seeing for our benefit. While the scenery was too spectacular to do justice to in words, with all the wonderful colours and species of fish on show, the perhaps most extraordinary sight ...
... sight of such pristine white beaches; crystal clear water; a reef within walking distance to allow all manner of fish to swim with you in clear sight; and the wonderful panoramas that the Pacific Ocean had on offer. With little else to do other than to negotiate the few steps from our sun loungers to either the sea or the pool, we began to survey the various folk who were sharing our resort for our own amusement. Beyond the various families and couples that were using the ...
... reef and saw loads of tropical fish!! We went for a chilled out walk on the beach then had a go at bookmark weaving with leaves! We then got the boat to barefoot island resort which was the most beautiful island yet, and you can literally walk anywhere barefoot! We were feeling brave so went on a night snorkel which means you get given a strong torch and you swim in a line of about 5 and follow the guide into the sea at night!! Very spooky but very ...
... sleep before we emerged to try and find a boat driver. The party had not stopped AT ALL but at least it was daylight. We were promptly given beer for breakfast (which neither of us touched) but Justine found someone who could drive the boat and we quietly made our way to the boat and crept away from the party at 8:30 without anyone noticing. We later heard that the party went on until 2:30 pm on Sunday - heaven only knows what the normal hotel guests ...
Other places to stay in Yasawa Islands
Lautoka, Waya Lailai | Hotelfrom $67
Yasawa, Yasawa Islands | Hotelfrom $128
PO Box 1838, Yaqeta Island | 5 star hotelfrom $293
- Real cool
- Can't wait to go back
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Nalova Bay, Nacula Island | Hotelfrom $36