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Travel Blogs from Yasawa Islands
... 3 hours of 45 degree heat to kill everything! That kept them all entertained for the afternoon.
Dinner & debrief at 6.30pm & another few cocktails (loving this) All had an enjoyable dinner & chat about our day. Then some of them played coconut bowling out on the grass. Then the girls spent ages chatting with the dive shop staff.
Our word of the day is Whananarvo - Awesome/Great/Fantasic.It is a bit sad that tomorrow is our last day of volunteering!
... did one on one time with the kids reading books, drawing & writing stories and doing the new puzzles. They especially loved the puzzles! We were concentrating on kids from year 3-6 both boys & girls. In Fijian school the have 13 years - ie kindy to year 13. As last year was one of the first years Vinika Fiji was in the schools all children from year 2 to 8 were assessed for their reading levels. They often repeat kids to assist with their learning so you may find in a year ...
... and back made me question the worth of the trip.
Yesterday was also when I came to a new island, just and hour down the ocean on the big transport ferry and I arrived in the Naviti island resort of White Sandy Beach around 3pm. After another game of volley ball, mainly with local Fijians this time, and dinner of fish and cavasa (it's served with every meal here, it's like a root vegetable but not nearly as good as potato) we had local entertainment ...
... the wall which were thought to be several hundred years old. Watched out for the eels and the black snappers, we dived under water remerging in a pitch black cave with a narrow stream of daylight at the end of the cave. The cave was spooky and had great acoustics for echoes. The guide made us shout Bula 3 times, the echo went on for minutes. Caught the boat back to Blue Lagoon, packed up our ...
... Did some more snorkelling but didn't compare to octopus. And lay in the rain. Sunset came out of nowhere and we were treated to a fiery pink sky for a few minutes. Dinner again was a la carte and this time even better than the previous night. I had a special local fish dish called a Kokodo which I barious freshly caught fish marinated in coconut and lime juice and serve in half a coconut. After dinner there was a crab ...
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
- HONEST Review - Navutu is a paradise
Nalova Bay, Nacula Island | Hotelfrom $36