Lalati Resort & Spa
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... metal skewers to fend off the sharks if they got too close.
On the first dive after feeding the bulls at 30 metres we headed up to about 15 fifteen metres to hand feed the reef sharks. The feeder has his left arm (the one that fishes out the heads) fully covered in chain mesh and his right arm just has an amulet of chain mesh to protect his forearm against nips. The reefies were incredible, they just wove in and out of the ...
... Chiefs, a younger dad & alan who I had met on an earlier trip with his wife Ruth. He was chuffed to be doing it. He told me later how pleased he was to be part of the celebrations not something he would normally do he usually sits back. So the celebrations continue we are welcomed guests welcome to come back forever more. A lovely morning we both had. Then back to Suva to check it out. We were told by a fellow passenger at ...
... overview of the tour. Next we drove to the Nadi town center. This was so everyone could load up on bottled water, snacks and money. This took about an hour and this is where the last two people caught up with us.
Off we went heading east on the southern coast, while Cam filled us in on some Fijian history. One of the first people to come up on the island was Captain James Cook in the mid 1770's. He did not stay long and described Fiji as a ...
... Today, we are booked in for aromatherapy massages in the afternoon, something l haven't done since Spain. The hour passes way too quickly and is followed by a complimentary shampoo and blow dry. Perfect for looking spiffy for the weekly kava ceremony! An explanation of the ceremony is preceeded by a Fijian spear dance. Then we are seated - gentlemen in the front - and watch in silence while the dried ...
Between mouthfuls, we chat to David the activities guide, and sort out an excursion or two. We learn much about Fiji and it's culture from him. Karen, the general manager stops for a chat too, and reveals that Jacques Reymond is in residence this week to finesse the catering. Tough gig. For him and us!
Our breakfast on Fijian time winds up around 1pm! The next hour - until lunch! - is for reading on the day beds.
It is still mostly overcast ...