Koro Sun Resort And Rainforest Spa
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We went to town. Town is one street 4-blocks long with stores, markets, shops, and currency exchanges on both sides. We started in a handcrafted woodcarving shop and bought some souvenirs. We found out a lot about Fijian culture and history in this shop, specifically about cannibalism...and so in kind we bought a neck breaker and a brain fork. (Now …
... NZ. Very surreal that were finally at this point. Strangely, neither of us are suffering with holiday blues and quite excited about starting a new life in a new country. What is a little scary though, is having to get up for work in 10 days!! So this blog, like our travels, is at an end (for now!) Keep in touch via email, and am sure we'll see many of you at the next Semprini wedding! ...
... on the island. I think because it was so far away from the coast, the weather was stifling. We were hot, uncomfortable and exhausted from our travelling when we got home to Savasavu and spent a couple of days chilling at home, relaxing on the sea in our kayaks and visiting the town's eateries again...Managed to muster up the energy to visit our local hot springs, thermal water bubbling up from the ground, and even saw a couple of boys steaming a custard pie on ...
Onward to Nadi airport and a 45 min plane ride to Vanua Levu,which, is Fiji’s second largest island. Unfortunately our pre-arranged transport did’t turn up but luckily Dharmend, a police officer at the airport looked after us; it was really interesting to listen to his routines and information about the local area. Three hours later…. we were told to go into a taxi and make own on way to Savusavu. The drive took around ...
... but there is also a head man who helps to run the village which is an elected position. The village we visited had a stunning waterfall, not bad for a back garden.
We also learnt a lot about the process to make coconut oil. After buying some, we Googled it and found an article with 101 uses for it, some of which are rather interesting. Although I do think the woman who wrote it sounds like a slight nutter and must permanently smell of coconuts because she literally puts ...