Sau Bay Fiji Retreat
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... north to south, Dravuni Island lies in the Kadavu Island group of Fiji. Its volcanic peaks give way to a remote village of just 200 or so friendly villagers who live amongst the island's shady palms. These welcoming locals and their children often sing to arriving visitors. The largely untouched island is less than half a square mile in area, but its rugged volcanic terrain makes for invigorating exploration.
Walking onto the ...
Locals from the village and some staff performed their tradional dances before dinner. Many dances involve only arm and hand movements. The music was wonderful. They seem very happy. At the end there were 4 dances where everyone participated - even Jim. Line dance and conga. Lots of whooping and cheering. Another great night. But no ...
... the lake and she said: “never”. I raised my eyebrows.
Snacks and photos were grabbed and then we headed back. The kids were earnestly gathering flowers. I hadn’t intended this as the flower only exist in this one specific place on earth but they were climbing trees and the machete was hard at work. Sera’s bag was fast filling with flowers.
By now the path had turned into pools of water in some places and ...
... bags and clothes on branches, I changed hiking boots for reef shoes and stripped down to swimwear and then off we went to swim to the waterfall. There are two waterfalls cascading into a circular pool at the end of the swim. As we neared the falls the swimming got harder and I hankered for some fins to feel stronger in the water. There’s one section where you cross shallow rocks and Simone clearly knows the path well so he told me to just float, ...
I kept promising myself that I'd sort out the next leg of my Fiji trip whilst on the Mainland but events seemed to take over. I quite fancied heading to Kadavu, an island in the South-West of Fiji where I could dive the Astrolabe Reef, but the flights didn’t work out with my timetable. Instead I logged on to the Fiji Air site to see if I could move my already booked flight to Taveuni for that very Wednesday without a huge cost. I could. So I did. ...