Wellesley Resort Fiji
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Wellesley Resort Fiji Coral Coast
Travel Blogs from Coral Coast
... longer as we narrowly avoided running over a cat, crashing into a crazy man walking cattle along the road in the pitch black and hitting a single lost cow. The other road users in their cars and trucks were also intent on trying to cut us up or run us down at various intervals. I was pleased our driver was on form.
We arrived at our resort around 9pm, so after checking in we headed straight to the restaurant for dinner. We were both pleased with the steak ...
... a beautiful stretch of white sands about 4km long. We had a cool drink at the beach bar, a paddle in the Pacific Ocean and a lovely fresh piece of tuna for lunch before heading home. As we left the dock the Fiji Police Band were playing Now is the Hour, and when the captain bade then farewell with a number of hoots of the ship's whistle the brass section responded with a toot of their own! So we get another day tomorrow to recover before Vanuatu which neither we nor Cunard have visited ...
... I managed to stub my toe! I went flying across the rocks, I was just glad my knees etc didn't bleed, just my damn toe haha & then as I'm walking up to reception it starts bucketing down with rain! What a mess I would have looked like, drenched & hobbling with a stubbed toe dragging blood everywhere... At reception they gave me cotton balls & tape - guessing no such thing as plasters.. So I came back ...
... sea spray adventure" being literal. By this point it had periodically stopped raining, so we jumped on the sea spray boat without getting wet. & the boat started jetting away, we were lucky that it looked like the sun may come out. there was only 16 of us aboard, the captain told us normally there is about 50 people but most people cancelled when obviously they saw the rain. We had an absolute ball on the boat! The captain was so funny! & food & drinks included made the trip ...
... with unruly behavior. Both girls looked so proud of their role. Great to see that it is working. Back up the river a quick buy from the local shop we were parked at. Back on the bus & head to the local Village where we ere met by the local chief & 2 warriors in local costume with axes & clubs to protect the locals. What a lovely morning the whole village gets involved with dance & song. From the 2 buses we had picked ...