Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort
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... to the gate where we cooled off in the shade.
Tony & Kathy had a relatively easy time of it at the garden. Alan & Jo had opted for a forest walk and waterfall swim. It was a tough 45 minute walk up to the falls with many people afterwards admitting that they had doubts about the wisdom of the treck on such a warm, humid day. Of course they felt much better about it after a lovely cool swim au naturel at the falls.
... 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 ...
... trays so Alex could cook us dinner on a hot spring! We went back to the hotel and Alex washed and cut the tomatoes, bacon and onions with his utility knife . . . we headed to the springs . . . it was dark by now. At the springs Alex put some oil in the tray and placed it at the side of the spring . . . as it was so hot. Three guys then came across from the rugby field and asked us what we were doing and would frying food work? We said we had no idea and they told us they had only ...
... All for under $50 US!
While in town, we caught up with several groups of friends and had some
great meals at a local curry house and a Chinese restaurant. A
Savusavu daily tradition started for us after we heard about very
inexpensive passionfruit ice cream cones at one of the shops close to
the marina. After “testing the water” one evening, we were hooked
and ended up becoming well known by merchant. It was ...
... we sailed with all the plastic glass surrounding our cockpit and protecting us from the elements. The boat handled beautifully and luckily our autopilot was not over-powered. With no mainsail up and just a little itsy-bitsy part of the jib out, we saw speeds of 7 & 8 knots.
During one of the squalls that we passed through, our large headsail decided that it was time to unfurl all on its own. Sounds sort of like a dog taking ...