The Holiday Club Fiji Palms Beach Resort
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Woke up at 4.30am to go and meet Em who was arriving at the airport at 5.30am. I sat waiting in arrivals for half an hour or so! She came out looking very tired and moody! We then headed to the departure lounge where we were catching the local bus to our resort at 7am... After 3 hours on the bus we knew we were somewhere close to the resort but …
... justice and headed back up the road for an hour and a half to Pacific Harbour.
On Wednesday 10th December I was off for a spot of white water rafting on the Upper Navua River in the interior of Fiji’s mainland. It was an early start at 6:45am and the bus rumbled through rainforest for well over two hours along dirt tracks and across wooden pallet bridges before we got to the start of the half hour hike to the river. ...
... Joe) whose mother worked at the resort bar – so he was plied with free drinks and food all afternoon.
Zach, Jamie and Alex participated in the Fijian Language course in the afternoon which they seemed to enjoy.
Malani and I still lazing about on our Banana Lounges – trying not to get too burnt by the tropical sun, with the occasional dip in the pool to cool down.
By 1600 hours it was ...
... the preparation of dinner etc.
Visited the Chemist to get some Robitussin for Jack (bit of a cough that may preclude him from SCUBA diving tomorrow – may have issues equalising his sinuses etc); the girls also bought some thongs after theirs went missing poolside and I bought a loud orange Fiji shirt. Zach purchased some sparklers and gaffer tape to make a sparkler bomb and we also got another bottle of Sunscreen as we nearly finished the Banana ...
Day 1 (28 November 2014)
Most of us got up around 0200 hours or so; I think I was up at 0130 hours; Kobe was hogging the bed as usual and lay between my legs. We packed our last minute bits and pieces and organised the luggage downstairs near to the door for its last leg into the Prado.
I watered the plants on the verandah and said hor-ray to Nan and Kobe; the latter looking melancholy and forlorn. (He has two days' worth of lamb shank bones in ...