Naigani Island Resort - TEMPORARILY CLOSED
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- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
- Golf Course
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Family rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Babysitting service
- Meal plan
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Naigani Island Resort - TEMPORARILY CLOSED Lomaiviti Islands
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... and rough when the winds set in from anywhere from the South East to the North East which they do most of the time.
We were informed by a local resident, that Ovalau now has World Heritage status and is to be preserved and restored. The forecast is for 20-40 knots of wind around Fiji for the next 4 days or so we are leaving Ovalau today. Can't upload photos as internet is too slow sorry.
Hope you are well and happy.
... improve on and new areas we wanted to create in order to make Caqalai a
sustainable, functional island for present and future habitants.
Most days we would split up into groups and
tackle projects bit by bit. In the first week we installed solar panels and set
up solar light in the communal room, office and toilets… eventually this will
extend into all the dorms (no more falling over suitcases in the dark!!!)
For the agricultural folk ...
... sweet). For those of who are really bored at work, more on Bau here and here. Oh, and we cannot resist quoting from Wiki on Leleuvia (a truly exemplary Wiki article): " Many travellers have come for three days and ended up staying three weeks or longer." :-) Anywayz, the ...
... elders will come to discuss the issues of the day, from what we can tell they sit around and drink kava until they fall asleep. One thing that is very obvious about native Fijians is that if you respect their values and customs then you are welcomed into the village as a member of the family. There is no awkwardness or guards to get past. Just smiling faces everywhere going about their daily lives. After our visit to the village we were able to get our sarongs and tshirts off ...
... 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 ...