Taveuni Palms Resort
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Travel Blogs from Taveuni Island
... the difficultly of smiling in a snorkel. And today, we went diving. Greg is certified and went out for two big dives, which again, blew his mind. I took an intro dive class and was amazed how quickly I was 35 feet under the sea breathing from a tank and watching gorgeous soft coral get picked at by hundreds of colorful fish. We are loving the sea life here. So much so that Greg ordered fish for dinner last night! Red snapper, cooked in coconut juice and wrapped in ...
... are spread out further down the beach, and take the form of bures (small wooden huts), jungle tents and regular tents. I'm in a jungle tent free of charge. The plushest tent I've ever been in. It is a semi permannt type and has extra tarpauline over the top for further rain protection. It has a porch with a chair and table and a lounge chair. The flooring here and inside is that kind of smooth carpet people used to have in their kitchen. Inside is a double ...
... He was one crazy person, and seemed to get into some kind of mental state by all the music, dancing and kava drinking. When the person serving kava did not serve another bowl for five minutes, the chief, who was sitting behind the guy, took a big plastic ruler and whipped it across the kava guy’s back. The loud sound of the hit did not only surprise the kava guy…
After some more music and more dancing we were told that the kids had to come back into ...
... adult life as the village is immaculate and evidently there are regular visits by the Counsel monthly and the houses and common areas are reviewed for order and fines levied if things are not up to snuff. Sounds like an homeowners association at a condominium project?
As we were on the boat or walking through the village, we heard a variety of bells, conch shells being blown, and drums being played. Each of these sounds had a different meaning and told ...
I had to laugh a lot when our guide told us that hundreds of people had visited this place from all over the world (even coming from China) to celebrate New Year’s eve of the new millennium, because Fiji was the first country and this spot the first place to see the year 2000. I could only imagine how disappointed most of them must have been to see this field of grass with a little concrete block, containing a line and one information board. Surely celebrating into the ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet