Twin Bay Resort
Travel Blogs from Yasawa Islands
... he is very heavy. (Member of staff) Joe was particularly enchanted by Bluedolf and carried him around for ages before posing for a photo with him on the beach. All this time, German Max, Scandinavian Robert and Cornish Joe were out fishing. They returned triumphant but with a gruesome story about how they had had to catch their bait; they were encouraged to dig crabs out of their holes before pulling all their legs off. We said our goodbyes and set ...
... the floor boards were the other two souls on board. Our first stop was across the straight just off another island, where we threw the fish some bread: probably no good for them! It was a real feeding frenzy with beautiful fish coming clear of the surface of the water in their eagerness to get a bite. Our friend Nicholas (from Germany) got some incredible underwater footage with his GoPro. Before jumping in, Ben tried unsuccessfully to get ...
... The Fijian member of staff who was hosting this evening's entertainment was a fabulous singer and guitarist and had us all hooked. He had a voice like that of the singer from Bedouin Soundclash. Judging that the kitten's meowing would be unfair to inflict on the dorm rooms, we decided to take it in our room. After a bit more milk, it soon dropped off. We're unsure of its sex but it has been named after Korina regardless; its name is Mrs ...
... 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 ...
Oarsman's Lodge Since we were not able to secure an extra night at 'The Blue Lagoon' we checked into the other accommodation on Nacula Island, 'Oarsman's Lodge'. Our morning therefore involved checking out and walking all of 100 yards to our next location. The contrast between the two resorts was quite stark. For the newer and more professionally run, 'Blue Lagoon', far outstripped its neighbour in terms of aesthetics. Of the two, however, we soon found ourselves warming to ...
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
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- Can't wait to go back
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Nalova Bay, Nacula Island | Hotelfrom $36