Nirvana Resort Paradise Cove
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... aren’t many destinations you can get to from here. Our route to Borneo was going to be a wiggly one!
When we arrived it was raining and we thought oh no!
Then we were informed it was also cyclone season and we thought OH NO!
But luckily, most days have been bright and sunny with just occasional rain.
We went through customs (we use the term loosely here) and arrived to a lovely string band playing in arrivals with the men ...
We wake up around 6:30, having slept for about 11 hours and our first thought is breakfast, somehow we managed to miss a complete meal yesterday!!! There was a great choice for breakfast and we managed to work our way through most of the options. Ian and Hazel came to these islands a while ago and we are following their advice on what to do, so it's a taxi ride to the Mele Cascades, a series of waterfalls that you can climb ...
... in Cami's mouth in an attempt to stop him biting his tongue (a misconception about seizures). He thought she was nuts as Cami could have broken her fingers. As it is they are badly bruised.
So with some antibiotics for the tonsillitis and sleeping with the AC on Campbell is pretty much back to normal thankfully. Though sleeping in a room that is only 21 degrees now seems like sleeping in a freezer!
Chris was telling us on ...
... the falls. Following some more photos and exploration it was time to follow Fred back down so we begrudgingly headed down through those same pools and paths, holding steadfast onto ropes to keep us upright. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to these falls. They were a natural wonder and the way they structured the visit of climbing through the water and pools added to the enchanting nature of the visit. Once at the bottom of the walk we were given a ...
... this quite uncomfortable and difficult at the start as I felt we were invading his privacy and I wanted to stay on the bus. But it was apparent that this was almost offending to him. What we saw were his extended family including parents, aunts, uncles, cousins etc all living together in shacks, sheds, in the dirt and mud, in poverty. It made me sad. But he, and his family members were so happy, so content. He insisted we take ...