Otto and Fanny's Place

Address: Tavewa, Yasawa Islands, Lautoka, Viti Levu, Fiji | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Tavewa, Yasawa Islands, Lautoka, is near Natadola Beach, Denerau Beach, Robinson Crusoe Island, and Navala Village.
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      A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Nov 06, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... start to head back to the ship. One of the girls with us is a dancer on the ship, and has a rehearsal at 3. After a half hour very bumpy speed boat ride that felt like Mr. Toads wild ride, plus a 20 minute taxi ride, we make it back to the ship @ 3:30 with 15 min to spare (we're happy to report the dancer didn't get in trouble). Learning Fijian time is a little tricky, but at least we made it onboard. One sea day ahead as we head to our last stop.... Isle of Pines. So long for ...

      We try our first P & O Cruise

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Oct 13, 2014

      12 photos

      ... us fine). We repair to one of the two 6-man spas on the back of deck 8 (which also has a bar) for the sail away. The barman takes orders from the spa, and delivers drinks there as well, which is pretty decadent. Murray manages to get the usual overload of photos of the impressive sunset.

      Entertainment at night is a show featuring Jackie Love, a name we recognise from days gone by. She is pretty good, but tries too hard to showcase her vocal range rather ...

      Where we saw gorgeous orchids

      A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Oct 05, 2014

      13 photos

      ... the souvenir shop.
      I bought a couple of bits and then it was time to get back to the ship by 2.30pm, as it sailed at 3pm for Noumea.

      The captain warned us that we'd be heading for stormy seas, and he wasn't wrong! But thankfully now we had our sea legs and weren't too badly affected.

      But as the theatre was in the bow of the ship, we decided it was too rocky to go to it.


      Set down

      A travel blog entry by lukemerriman on Sep 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... of different activities available to choose from so If teachers were to divide students into two or three individual groups they could all do the same activities on different days. The only reason I suggest this is to stop large groups of school students from disturbing other tourists on their trip. I was surprised at the state of my room, in a good way! This place has a theme about itself ...

      We Leave m/s Paul Gauguin

      A travel blog entry by morgansontour on Jun 14, 2014

      3 photos

      ... slide. Strangely, a lot of the faces looked familiar. Seems like quite a few folks from the ship had the same cunning plan to avoid an early start the next morning!

      Just time in the evening to wash any dirty shoes so Equis doesn't get upset at us bringing soil & bugs into Australia, and then get the blog up to date before we head back ...