Nukubati Private Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... time to learn about one another. We drove through several villages and seemingly endless rainforests where bananas and papaya grow wild. The villagers all waved and yelled "Bula" as we passed by. They all also carried machetes, but not to worry, they only use those to maintain the forests and cut fresh fruit from the trees. The villagers are responsible for farming and fishing to feed other village members, so we passed many ...
... 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 ...
... fell asleep eventually and by morning light the spook was over. That night Rick didn’t get much rest at all but his ‘LAND HO’ shout woke me and I scrambled up on deck. Once again morning dawned in dramatic windblown cloud formations in dark shades of grey. The island of Kadavu was to the left. Ten years ago we spent some time there. It’s a lovely island, often bypassed the boats because they don’t have Custom and ...
... time it was 8:00 am, but of course it was 4:00 pm on our internal clocks and it was my birthday, so I decided it was time for a beer. A very nice man named Andrew opened up the bar at the back of the patio and put some good music on and we sat and had several beer and wines and had a tasty lunch and then decidedthat we had better head back to the airport before we couldn’t move. It was now just before noon! ...
... evident that it was only half the barracuda it had once been. We could only assume that a shark had bitten it in half just before we pulled it into the boat. A third catch followed shortly afterwards, and we headed for home. We would have a good spread to put on for the visitors. Job done.
Considering how the blog for Vorovoro started out, it may come as a surprise to the readers that we were more than a little sad when it came to leave Vorovoro and ...