Twin Bay Resort
Travel Blogs from Yasawa Islands
... jumped in off the boat whilst they fed pancakes to the fish. There were hundreds of them all around us so we got loads of good pictures. The boat left us and we spent over an hour snorkelling around the reef and sitting in the shallows. There was some amazing sea life around the reef here which Jenn was much better at spotting than me. The highlights were the clown fish and puffer fish. The rest of the day was spent lying in the shade to ...
... could walk out perhaps seventy metres on white sand, the water so calm and clear that you could look down and see your feet perfectly clearly, even when immersed up to your shoulders! Looking back towards the shore, we could make out hundreds of tall coconut trees behind the beach and, set back a couple of dozen metres from the shore, a few buildings that we rightly guessed must be the edge of a village. Making our way back through the Straits ...
... a massive improvement on the desperation of yesterday. After breakfast, we packed up and checked out before spending some time in hammocks. The morning activity was a Fijian words session and we were taught a few key words and phrases, including the Fijian for 'looking busy doing nothing', which has made a few locals laugh. Before we knew it, it was time to say our goodbyes to Mrs Ben, the staff at White Sandy Beach and those of our fellow guests who were staying on, ...
... head to tail, propel themselves out of the water and skim along the surface a couple of times before going back below. Quite regularly, smaller bait fish are driven to hurl themselves out of the water by predators in a less controlled, more desperate manner. Volleyball happened just after five and Ben, Marius (from Germany), and Adam and Erik (both from Sweden), joined a big group of Fijians, men and women in their twenties and early thirties. The game went on and ...
After the busy day we had yesterday we elected for a quieter day today. We did not join the morning trip to the local island that went to church but instead relaxed on the sun deck and took in the great views from the boat.
This afternoon we went on a trip to the beach and Ken went snorkelling whilst Tracy topped up the tan. The temperatures here are around 38c, so very hot indeed!
Before dinner all the guests and ...
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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Nalova Bay, Nacula Island | Hotelfrom $36