Twin Bay Resort
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 ...
... the whole trip. I had a good solid hour of life assessing and decision making and I returned to the hostel around 7.30am a much more enlightened, if not wankier person.
Later that day was the suwalai cave trip, definitely a once in a life time thing, with one open aired cave filled with 12 meters of water and then another pitch black cave that you had to swim under water for 3 seconds to get to. I'm glad I did it, but for the hour long gruelling boat ...
Something I had last night gave me the dodgy tummy. Wasn't fun. Went snorkelling in the Sawa-I-Lau caves in the morning catching a half hour tin boat across the ridiculously crystal blue waters to a one and only limestone island. Only one in the whole of Fiji. Walked up the steps and back down dropping into a daylight lagoon surround on all 4 sides by sheer rock faces. The cave had ancient ...
... by some friendly old local in a traditional skirt who I assumed could be the chief. Caught the ferry 2 hours north to blue lagoon. This place is supposed to be the jewel of the yasawanas, but because it was overcast all the colours were bland and it didn't have the same impact as octopus resort. Shown to our double room (no dorm space left) and we counted a total of 19 red hibiscus flowers scattered around. Not feeling much of ...
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