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Savusavu is on the second largest island in Fiji, Vanua Levu. We were staying in a cottage on a local’s property. As much as we enjoyed our time in the garden paradise on Taveuni, it was really good to be in a modern cottage with 24 hr electricity and hot water. Although it was so hot that we were actually taking cold showers voluntarily, up to 4 times a day just to keep cool. The view from the cottage was lovely. It looked onto a garden in a valley with sea views in ...
... at the ceremony and I was asked to give a 10 minute address to the students, staff and parents! The girls were thrilled to hand out all of the school awards. We were treated like royalty here. We were all presented with salusalus (flower necklaces) that were exquisite. We were seated in a place of honour and were given chairs when almost everyone else sat on the floor. After the awards there was ...
... stuff boiled before. They then helped us move the rocks so we could perch the trays in the middle of the spring. Alex then put the bacon in, followed by tomatoes and onions. It was such a laugh chatting with the 3 guys (about our age) about life in Fiji, cooking or 'fry-boil' as they decided to name it. It took quite a while to cook. We had 6 wraps and offered them one but they said no as it was our dinner. We told them it was fine and had plenty and then they had some as well. It ...
... 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 ...
... a walk, eh? To regain control , we tried to lower the sail on the deck. Unfortunately, with the 40 knot winds coming from behind, the falling sail flew over the bow and ended up in the drink. It wasn’t a pretty picture; the sheer force of the sail in the water caused our bow sprit to snap and it too was dangling. Add to this it was pitch black… for some reason, these things always seem to happen at night? At this point, we ...
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