Lalati Resort & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... I've decided to try and send a postcard home from every location we visit. So we had a quick walk down to the shops again this evening. Little did we realise they're all closed on the weekend. Oops. No postcard from Fiji. This evening was a Indian themed night which was super tasty but the entertainment was questionable. But to give the dance all due credit, they can dance better than me. And that's all. Night all ...
... in us becoming sweaty beasts and it was time for the thing we look forward to the most. Shower time. Dinner was a Fijian Buffett tonight. It was a lovely chance to try anything off the menu and it was absolutely delicious. Lydia even ate fish which says something. After another yummy cocktail it was time to sit back and watch the performers show us some traditional dances. ...
... instantly got a frizz halo around my head. Yay to having curly hair. After a two hour drive in a very questionable taxi.. He had a manual that he couldn't drive... We arrive at the uprising beach resort. And my god. It's a change from what we've been used to. Ladies and gents, we've arrived in heaven. I'm now sat in bed in our cabin on the most comfortable bed ready to go to sleep. Night all ...
Honor and Veronica, the daughter of the lead midwife for antenatal clinic Sera, met me back at the hospital and then Sera took us all down in to town to the tailors to be measured for our Fiji team outfits for the PSRH meeting. All of the midwives had commissioned different coloured outfits for each of the 3 days of the conference. We chose Wednesday's option of a light blue Pacific hibiscus pattern. I was measured for a shirt and was ...
... kayak over the coral outcrops before the reef. Lots of bright fish and amazing blue star fish. Anne & I then took it in turns to try paddle boarding; easy? More swimming in the pool and lounging in the hammocks. I can't remember ever lounging in a string hammock strung between two Palm trees in a tropical climate, but I can recommend it. This might become our new maxim for life. Hey it's called Fiji time ...