Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort
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... involved us having to chase our minivan in a cab as our city bus was late by 45mins!) and then hired a cabbie who took us to a local Hindu temple in the mountains. The temple was built around a large rock, which looked like a cobra head, and for some reason was 'growing'. The roof of the temple, has already had to be moved up once. We also saw acres of sugar cane fields and a sugar cane mill, which is much less busy than it used to be with the emergence of ...
... so bad we are just holed up in boat for three days. We need to be back in Savasavu shortly to pick up the part so we make a run to Buca Bay which hopefully will be more out of the winds.
27 July - 30 July – Buca Bay – Vanua Levu - Fiji
Pronounce “Butha” The Fijian languages puts “n” before “d” sounds and “m” before “b” sounds and “c” is ...
... a bad ratio J . Each time someone new arrived on the boat, we sang the welcome song.
Once everyone was settled in, we were officially underway. The ship was so large that you couldn't hardly feel the waves. I just layed out on the sun deck and got to know the other guests while we all watched the sun set together. Then we had dinner: cream of vegetable soup, Mongolian beef and chicken with vegetables and a banana tart ...
... Namena, so we didn’t get do it but we still got to see a lot of interesting things. More sharks, this time including a hammerhead! And we saw a big grouper fish that had just eaten a crayfish and the tentacles were still sticking out of its mouth. Lloyd was also very proud as we did our longest dive yet at 85 minutes!
We did have a little bit of misfortune. Lloyd’s iPhone and Sherilyn’s iPad broke within a day of each other (hence having to rewrite ...
... ceremony is definitely the highlight of our trip so far. Last week I met a couple (Jeff and Susan) at the Rotary Club meeting. They live in Sekawa where we are staying and they have supported the school in the past. I inquired about a visit to the school and they suggested that we ask to attend the year end prize giving ceremony. By the time we received an official invitation several days later we were now the ...