Qamea Resort And Spa Fiji
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... was strong and a bit chilly. Then we went and had fish and chips at the neighbouring Radisson resort sitting on a deck watching and listening to the ocean, very relaxing. I am going to start making an effort to take some more photos, the sunset last night lacks a bit of cloud interest, but the silhouette of the palms was interesting. Gotta go now, time for brekkie and then out and about. Going to hit the pool earlier today when it's a bit ...
... the village. The houses were made out of wood, they don't have much, but all the people are so happy and welcoming. In the evening it was a Fijian night with kava ceremony. The locals dressed up in their grass skirts. We had to sit in front of them and join in with a prayer, they then invited us one by one to drink the kava. Day 5 - again banging of the drums for breakfast. Then we went to make bracelets out of leaves with some locals we had met on the beach the day before. ...
... metal skewers to fend off the sharks if they got too close.
On the first dive after feeding the bulls at 30 metres we headed up to about 15 fifteen metres to hand feed the reef sharks. The feeder has his left arm (the one that fishes out the heads) fully covered in chain mesh and his right arm just has an amulet of chain mesh to protect his forearm against nips. The reefies were incredible, they just wove in and out of the ...
... watch what she got up to with SCUBA Sam (her instructor) in the pool. Jamie seems to be enjoying her pool dive and taking to it very well along with the basic SCUBA drills.
I had a coffee at the Dive School and continued reading through my Dive notes. Jamie finished her pool basics and we headed back via the same route with the same driver and vehicle; again through Nadi and back over the Denarau Bridge.
We kicked back ...
... years old. He honestly looks about twelve.
In the afternoon there was still no time for rest, the crew had laid on a list of activities for us to enjoy. There was a crab race, coconut climbing and a particularly awkward game in which we all had to hold hands in a big circle while dancing around and singing. Obviously I needed beer to make this seem normal so I got battered into some pints.
In the evening more boats turned up bringing visitors ...