Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Islands Resort
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Sun is shining . . . it's hot hot hot. Great day to head off for a snorkel adventure. Tony has done all the legwork to get us included on today's trip with Jean-Michel Cousteau Dive Centre. Up for a 6:30 breakfast and off to the dive centre (no sleeping in for us!)
After what seemed like forever (probably less than an hour) we …
Proposed to Jennifer our final night in Fiji. She said yes.
... br> this was not as creamy as the black cherry ice cream from Splash in
Santa Rosalia, Mexico, but it was definitely worth a special trip
into town each evening. Gee, and we wonder why our bellies continue
to bulge a bit??? We swapped stories about where we had been and
traded information with other cruising friends. With the countless
reefs in Fiji, the charts are not very accurate. Therefore, word of
mouth information from ...
... and track down some dive companies to head into the Namena Marine Park. No luck. Whilt this town is pleasant enough, with a nice small harbour and the standard assortment of shops there is nothing worth hanging around for so I've made the decision to keep on moving to the next island of Taveuni where the better diving is supposed to be. In this respect I should've just stayed on the same ferry I arrived here on as this bounces straight over. It turns out a couple ...
... of grey rather than white material. Oh well, sure beats having to replace the entire sail and hardware attached to it.
I think many of our monohull (or “real sailboat,” as they like to call themselves) friends of ours were excited to hear how life aboard the Gato Go catamaran isn’t always smooth sailing with everything that stays in place. Though we still never heel more than a few degrees, even in the roughest ...