Wellesley Resort Fiji
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... fruit salad and ice cream we have ever had. Sounds simple but we were so happy with it. Nothing too scary for Bec's first full meal. Then we were briefed on the activities available for tomorrow and guests departing tomorrow were sung the farewell song. There were lots of tears around... After dinner all the guests came together for the funniest game of "Bingo, Bingo, Bingo" ever in the history of the world. What a great day ...
... the biggest one at around 4 ft. A solid effort! The next activity was to be the sharks, basically we snorkelled the reef while Kenny speared fish and stuffed them in his T-shirt, and acted as human bait, we were on the reef looking at the beauty that is a soft coral reef. It's alive with colour and activity, little electric bright fish dart between corals feeding while trying not to be eaten by bigger fish, while coral of all sizes, shapes and colour dance as the warm waves swirl ...
... Apparently, no one in Fiji knows what Football is or what the Super Bowl is and were originally told that the channel Matt wanted was not available. Matt couldn't believe it, he went on a hunt! Low and behold he found Mr. Warwick who ordered ESPN for him and Matt got his Super Bowl hahahah. Slowly the bar, with just us in it, slowly filled with other guys around the resort who were happy to see the Super Bowl. Poor Denver, they were ...
We were up early and to our surprised saw that the sun was shining and the rain clouds had vanished. We decided to get a quick coffee and a small breakfast and then hit the road in hopes to make it to our resort. When we checked out of Shangri-la, the front desk staff advised that the roads should be open and if not we were welcomed to come back. Fijian people are so kind and willing to give the shirt of their backs. We hit the road, ...
... to the end of the reef we floated around for ages and watched a whole school of Nemos!!! Just loads of Clownfish, tiny little babies and much bigger ones, we also tonnes of Blue Starfish. It was INCREDIBLE!! Best thing (I think) we have ever done so far! When we got back on the boat the Aussie guy that also went out (Lache) saw a Reef shark about 4 metres long. . . . . kind of gutted we didn't see it . . . but kind of relived as ...