Nukubati Private Island
Travel Blogs from Labasa
... 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 ...
... and sewing machine in for us to work on our repairs.
ROAD TRIP!!! Why go to a local Saturday market when you can travel by bus across the island to Labasa, the largest town on the island? We venture to the bus depot at 7:00 am, paid our $3, and we were off on a 2 ½ hour bus ride through the mountains to the northern coast of Vanua Levu. We were going to sugar country and the home of the Hindu temple, Naag Mandir (cobra rock.) The bus ...
So, Split Rock is just that . . . a split rock! About 3km from where we are staying, there is a spot along the road where you ...
Not much more to report unfortunately. It's been a count down of days for the past three weeks and now it's to the lucky number of 7. Seems amazing really that it's finally wrapping up. It's been a long summer and this "season" if you can call it that, is far from over but I'm happy to have this much under my ...
... the mat, with his Matanivanua (wingman) on his left. The Tanoa (Grog mixing bowl) is sited in front of the Chief, surrounded by 2 guards and the grog mixer and the grog server. Everyone else sits on the mat behind the Tanoa, cross-legged for the men and legs folded to the side for the ladies.
With everyone in position the session gets underway with the mixing of the grog. A copious amount of kava powder is put inside a cloth bag, and held over the ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking