Toberua Island Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Maybe sailing the hobby-cat would be better. Something more substantial to cling to. Maybe even lash out on the little tinnie and motor out. All fears are answered when we wake to an overcast morning with choppy seas and a high tide. And so it's another leisurely breakfast before Emma elects to learn some Fijian songs from the morning's musical trio and l go gathering shells to learn beadmaking. And then ...
... three bathroom, granite kitchen, lounge, media room, private pool and spa plus expansive gardens-type HOUSE!
With me upstairs and Emma in a freestanding room beside the pool, we need walkie-talkies and resort to Skype on one occasion!
So with grey skies and ongoing drizzle, we spend the day napping, eating, napping and eating before turning in in our luxurious abode.
Tomorrow, we WILL get up ...
... easy at first just a straight track, then the fun begins we have to climb hills and go down hills trying not to slip on the mud, I had a few near misses but managed to keep upright. After awhile of trekking we stop for a water break whilst on of the guides teaches us about the trees in the rainforest. We set off again we reach a swamp, there's me thinking we will have bridges to cross how wrong was I, we had to step into this swamp with our trainers on and on the swamp surface was ...
... east to Pacific Harbor to meet the boat. They had been exploring the eastern islands of Fiji for a month. They picked us up and it was so exciting to see everyone again! Of course in true spirit of adventure, they had our gear all ready and we all got ready right away for a night dive! They don't mess around with fun here. We just jump in and get things going! Happy Birthday Delisa!. We started off the day with everyone, about fourteen of ...
... in my shorts than there is at Coldingham bay...Not pleasant for the rest of the bus journey to our first overnight stop of Mango Bay. This arrival was hindered however with a flat tyre about 10km away. This gave us a chance to chat a bit more and crack open a beer or two on a rocky beach. Before long the spare was on and we continued on to Mango bay resort, where upon arrival we were impressed with. Nice enough dorms and beds. We were whisked straight away upon arrival to ...