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Travel Blogs from Yasawa Islands
... If he calls private having 12 other hotel guests on each of these excursions!
Being on the island for Fiji Day (45 years of independence) we took in local fijian culture of dance, sword juggling and cava ceremony of drinking hat can only be described as muddy water that they seemed to think gave you the giggles and a tingling sensation, it didn't!
Another 5 and a half hour boat trip before we spend the next week on the Coral Coast.
... pool. We did that until lunch time, where we ordered from the menu again, sitting with the same group as yesterday. After lunch we gave ourselves a bit of time and then hired some snorkels to swim over the reef and out to the pontoon that was in the sea. The reef was colourful and there were lots of little fish around. Once we swam over the reef and were in the deeper part, there was a huge pod of fish that started to surround it, it was ...
... it wasn't too bad. We were lead up some stairs and into the cave, but then the guide disappeared back down the stairs. There was a sign that said 'mind your head - please don't damage the rocks' as though it wasn't your head that they were worried about!! We waited for a bit for the guide to come back, but he didn't for a while, so we decided to get in the water in the cave. We swam around for a bit and it was pretty cold, and eventually the guide came back. He told us where ...
... hundreds of green coconut trees. As our little boat (we’d switched to from the ferry) neared the shore we were greeted with a Fijian welcome song.
Our new hosts knew we were all hungry from our journey so we started our stay with lunch. We then settled into our room, a luxury tent with our own hammock and an outdoor shower. We then went for a briefing about the snorkelling with manta rays. There is a channel between this island and the next which, in the ...
... welcome (bula) song with guitars and ukulele's, it was soooo nice! They were all soo smiley and happy, immediately introducing themselves and shaking our hands. They also put necklaces made of shells around us and gave us a welcome drink before showing us to our dorm room which was one of the nicest that we have seen along our travels. After dumping our stuff, we headed straight to the restaurant for lunch which was SO good. I had fresh fish and cassava ...
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