Lomalagi Resort ~ Fiji
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Travel Blogs from Savusavu
... Namena, so we didn’t get do it but we still got to see a lot of interesting things. More sharks, this time including a hammerhead! And we saw a big grouper fish that had just eaten a crayfish and the tentacles were still sticking out of its mouth. Lloyd was also very proud as we did our longest dive yet at 85 minutes!
We did have a little bit of misfortune. Lloyd’s iPhone and Sherilyn’s iPad broke within a day of each other (hence having to rewrite ...
... a wonderful time. The wheels are already turning on how put together a school community service trip to help out the schools here. Fiji would be a great place to take students and they would be stunned at how happy the students are here given the lack of resources. (steps down from soapbox) Tomorrow we are going to the hospital is Savusavu to decorate for Christmas with the Rotary Club. The girls are ...
... it should be about $30 the hotel said, so I asked him to put the meter on (which they are suppose to use by law - I think I read somewhere) . . and then he said he would do it for $30 so we agreed. However at the airport we only had $50 note, which he walked off with . . . we moaned and got $10 change . . . but he refused to give us another $10 and lied about saying he said $40 not $30.
Anyway the airport is tiny!!! We checked in the luggage went on a conveyor ...
... shore to an eco-resort, paid our park
fees, and were told about several giant clams amidst the coral. These had been planted here years ago in an attempt to reestablish the
species. These guys seemed to be quite happy and several were nearly
three feet across. The next morning we went in search of the dive site on the pass of the outer reef. There were no markers and the
locations were a bit sketchy, but luckily a local dive boat ...
... appears I have it to myself. It is $40 and comes with aircon. No aircon comes in at $30, and a dorm at $25. When I made arrangements over the phone I assumed $40 was just the price (it has been so far) but would've otherwise gone for the cheapy dorm. No matter. I'd been asked to hang around whilst a handy man fixed the lock on the door; they didn't want anything going missing, so the next couple of hours were spent reading in the room. After this I hit up the phone ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service