Twin Bay Resort
Travel Blogs from Yasawa Islands
... favorite parts of the trip.
Upon returning to the beach, it was tea time. The cold beverage they serve is a mixture of pineapple and mango juice and I find it much too sweet. I opted for hot water and a delicious crunchy chocolate cookie.
We had time for more snorkeling before we had to return to the boat. Bob and I headed out and enjoyed the reef. I could be happy to be a fish. I love to find one fish and swim above it and go where it ...
... After dinner there was a crab race. Darren picked our crab (which was numbered 22 and kept moving and biting him!). We bet $3 for him to win (this was the standard price everyone paid to bet). Our crab made it through to the final 10 and came 3rd overall so we got $10 off at the bar woo! Darren had to do a lap of honour with the crab (I chose not to as im not a fan of creepy crawlies especially when they bite!). We then played a game of Snakes and Ladders before ...
... you make a splash and in sounds as a huge drum. A small 60' vertical shaft filters light down to one section. We spend about an hour at the caves exploring and learning about them by our guide. Apparently there are miles of these interconnected underwater caves. But, they are in private land and are not allowed to be explored. Upon exit we hang out in the main cavern for a bit and spot an eel and a red snapper to top it off. We are really glad we did the ...
... The following day the weather was starting to improve so we went on a morning boat trip to the only cave in Fiji. The cave has a mixture of seawater and freshwater which is really deep, people were climbing up the walls of the cave and jumping off from 25ft! There is a second part of the cave you can go to, we had to go through an underwater tunnel in the dark to get to it! On the 2nd we left for the next ...
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 ...
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