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After packing up GVI’s Tovuto base in the Yasawas
and travelling across Fiji, we finally touched base at our new home on Caqalai
island (pronounced Thang-a-lie)
First impressions of the island for most
volunteers were: luxurious, flushing toilets, spacious, volley ball court, bbq
area, quaint little beach bure dorms, excitement to explore!Once the initial few days to settle in and
unpack were over it was time to start on all the renovations we wanted ...
... passing by the island Bau, and this because it is a significant chiefly island. Up on the hill from the distance we saw the traditional burial site for chiefs as well as a huge raintree on which the local people would hang the heads of those from other islands who were not so lucky (or ...
... everyone is smiling, having fun together, dancing, singing and doing skits in different costumes. We have spoken with several of them who have said they enjoyed visiting the US, and seeing the big cities there, but were always so happy to get back to island life and "Fiji time", where they have time to really enjoy their families and the beauty of their surroundings.
One of our favorite activities here is the ...
... picked us up, they would have never made it on the completely full plane (with almost no space for luggage) that took us back to Nairobi from the bush.
From the Nairobi International airport, we had a 4 1/2 hour flight to Doha, Qatar, then a 14 hour flight to Melbourne, Australia. We got a bit of a surprise in Melbourne, when Fiji Air told us they wouldn't load our bags unless we paid them an exorbitant excess weight ...
... ships showing off their fire power in 1849. Back at the hotel we relaxed after the stroll and read our books. Our tasty lunch was at the last restaurant we hadn't tried yet called The Whales's Tale. In the afternoon we had a relaxing stroll, watched the locals hockey practice and were invited into the English bowls club, established in 1926, to watch the friendly locals ...