Wellesley Resort Fiji
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TripAdvisor Reviews Wellesley Resort Fiji Coral Coast
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... worlds best. Although it wasn't landed in the boat it was a beautiful site to actually see one. Even if it was in a fight to the death. Nature is a wonder. Fiji is full of surprises Wednesday is a day I won't forget, eventually I managed to catch the first fish of the day, a 2.5ft little number who gave up relatively easily if I'm honest. But the thrill of fishing and knowing I would be helping feed the village was a high il never forget, we only landed four fish, with Lee ...
... we could see the devastation the flood and rain had done to the towns and the road in some places, but having said that: we made it! The Warwick hotel is beautiful! The front desk staff were awaiting our arrival. When we booked the package we upgrade (cause its our honeymoon after-all) it was worth the extra 25$ a night! Our corner apartment suite overlooking the water is a view we will never forget. Truly beautiful. We got settled ...
... 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 ...
... the at risk mothers who are likely to have a complicated delivery in clinic so they can go straight to the other hospital when they begin labour. Not to put any pressure on our examination skills! We were at the booking clinic yesterday, in the UK most mothers are booked in when they are 12 weeks pregnant and certainly not later than 15 weeks. In Fiji things are not so strict, mothers turned up in a sort of haphazard way, there ...
... site is just out in the blue it was pretty choppy with some big swells of a couple of metres. In the water I was far too bouyant and unable to drop more than about a metre. Probably due to the oversized wet suit. I swam back to the boat to get some more weight by which time everybody had buggered off. The dive guides weren't operating any sort of buddy system ("we'll just stay in a big group together"). I dropped to about five metres but couldn't see anyone so returned ...