Nukubati Private Island

Address: The Great Sea Reef, Labasa, Vanua Levu, Fiji | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on The Great Sea Reef, Labasa.
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      Day 57 - Rain, rain and more food!!

      A travel blog entry by scottiebigtrip on Oct 06, 2013

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      ... for our washing. We then headed back to the Lodge really late (8.15pm) in the pitch dark and noticed the huge gate was closed . . . and locked . . . with nobody around . . . . . then it started to rain (again) . . . . thankfully the sign outside had the mobile number of the man that owns it . . . and thankfully he answered. When he opened the gate he said sorry and that he thought that we were in already.



      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jul 13, 2013

      ... travellers, an American and an Austrian in my hostel are also departing tomorrow so are all gen'd up on the details. The American unsurprisngly has been doing the kiddy volunteer thing so has been here several times and is scouting for another one for next year. The Austrian girl has been travelling for about as long as me but has the look of someone who's been doing and living it for several years. In the evening we went to a local yacht club for a drink where a ...


      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Jun 15, 2013

      7 comments, 9 photos

      ... of expatriots. Agriculture, sugar, copra, and some cattle are the base of this pare of Fiji, as well as a bit of ecotourism and diving. There are two companies who rent out mooring balls and help cruisers with all the formalities of the military country. We even found a great welder who helped us fashion a fix for the broken bow sprit and the folks at the “Planters Club” let us use their large community room to bring the sail, ...

      Snorkeling and hiking around Daku

      A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto on Sep 22, 2012

      7 photos

      ... day, so all the pictures have kind of a sombre tone to them. Went over for "Live Entertainment" at Joseph's Decked Out Cafe last night. Let's just say it was interesting. Some of the band members, who were playing mostly Country tunes (sometimes with a bit of reggae beat thrown in),were more interested ...

      Church and the Salt Lake

      A travel blog entry by sahs on Nov 19, 2007

      ... to appear as though they could not keep up with a girl. This of course made the feminist in me scream, because they had attempted to shift their own lack of fitness onto me. Male pride would not allow them to ask me for a break, but they would have been happy to lay any perceived lack of fitness onto me. Once we got to the salt lake, it transpired that they could not remember the way to the sandy bank, which is where people go to swim, so our options ...