Qamea Resort And Spa Fiji
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... On the way back we saw Zach hanging out of the Westbus and we went back to the bus stop; the bus came back around and everyone caught up again.
We headed over to the Golf Club and got stuck into the 'all you can eat' pizzas; which consisted of three types: Meatlovers, Italian and Hawaiian. Thin pan and they were yummy.
Back to the hotel room; I watched 'Flags of Our Fathers' whilst cooking a chook. Jack ...
... right at Momi and headed towards the coast through the hills. We arrived at the resort and our guide escorted us around to the Dive School operated by Adam and Carrie of Scuba Bula.
Jamie and I got stuck straight in; Jamie watching PADI SCUBA Videos and I got a thick Advanced Book on SCUBA with five chapters to read and test my knowledge on.
Once Jamie had finished her videos it was in the pool; I popped over for a ...
... were killing fish so that the sharks came close so you could touch them. I didn’t want to do that… I wouldn’t want to be touched by strangers so I wasn’t going to do it with the shark.. any way a girl got bit! Nothing major just a little graze from Mr.Shark but you shouldn’t be touching them! Then one of the guides were then saying they had to now kill the shark! I was furious! What so you expect if you touch a SHARK! Anyway moving on! Finally ...
... want to go from backpackers to a more high-end family-friendly resort. So different websites will give you different rates and information. So we lost on some aspects, won on others.
Still, it was beautiful. Basically everything is placed on sand, even the dining area. So wear no shoes and enjoy the feeling of digging your toes into the soft sand while enjoying your scrumtious chocolate cake desert. One smiley Gunda at that moment, as you can probably imagine.
Even though ...
... ocean, drinking out of coconuts, drinking lots of kava, snorkeling and going to nearby villages.
It was very nice visiting the villages on the other side of the island. The kids were so fun and was it was nice to walk around and see how life in a village is. Very easy and basic living. I enjoyed playing around with the kids, singing, and dancing as well.
On one of the most beautiful days we organized a trip out to Nanuku ...