Naigani Island Resort
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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 ...
... some times at the beach, topping up the tan and enjoying the waves. Within our group we had Richard, the overly flamboyant but equally loveable Isle of Whiter who was travelling after leaving the Armed forces and would stop at nothing to deter flies from biting him. . Jana, the attractive German student who was very serious about her Vegan way of life, Talia, another German student who also had a dislike for the meat, along with Lily yet ANOTHER German vegetarian. Lewis, a German ...
... The last two days we were dropped off at our own deserted beach at around 1pm, with our fresh seafood lunch, and spent the next few hours reading, enjoying time with each other, napping together on the hammock, and walking on the beach. We were always amazed when we would look at the time and realize that 4 hours had gone by so quickly and it was time to get picked up.
Today is Sunday, and we were thankful ...
... we reluctantly acquiesced. The Fiji Air flight was great, 5 hours from Melbourne to Nadi, Fiji, and very comfortable (even with good food). After clearing customs in Fiji, we met our pilots for our 45 minute flight to Wakaya Island, on the same type of plane (a Caravan) that we were using for the flights to the various safari locations in Africa. It was very nice to be the only passengers on this flight, though, with no ...