Lomalagi Resort ~ Fiji
Travel Blogs from Savusavu
... to Fiji in the short time that we were there. It’s such a vibrant, welcoming place with a beauty that was so different to any of the other islands we had been to. All that and the friendly people have sent it close to the top of our list of favourite countries on the trip. But it was time to go, and we boarded our tiny aeroplane back to Nadi, where we spent one night on the mainland, with one last dinner and a beer on the beach. The perfect way to end our island hopping ...
I should also mention that on our way from Savusavu to Sekawa, where we are staying, we drive past two brand new bus shelters. These shelters were constructed last year by the Rotary clubs in Edmonton and Leduc! It is great to see those plaques every few days to remind us that the world we live in is not that big! By the way, the locals are still very appreciative of those bus shelters that were graciously built by the ...
... it was so yum . . . really spicy with lots of beans. The driver was so friendly he then was going to give Alex some and we told him we would share mine. It's so kind as the people have so little but are so friendly. When we got to Labasa station the Indo-Fijian said goodbye to us and then ran back over to us and gave us his address so we could write a letter to him when we return home - so lovely . . . we have a pen friend!! Then we got on our next bus to take us right over to ...
... there were over 5,000 people living here from the different island
nations of Fiji, Vanuatu, Tonga, Tuvalu, Solomon Islands, and Wallis.
While medication to combat leprosy was discovered in the 1940's, it
did not arrive on the island until the mid 1960's. Within short
order, the population thinned out because of people returning home
and no longer being isolated. Now there is a ghost town of
dormitories, a movie theater, a ...
... adult life as the village is immaculate and evidently there are regular visits by the Counsel monthly and the houses and common areas are reviewed for order and fines levied if things are not up to snuff. Sounds like an homeowners association at a condominium project?
As we were on the boat or walking through the village, we heard a variety of bells, conch shells being blown, and drums being played. Each of these sounds had a different meaning and told ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service