Tokatoka Resort Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTokatoka Resort Hotel Nadi
I had not booked my stay at the Tokatoka Resort Hotel but ended up there when Fiji Airlines gave me a voucher as compensation for my cancelled flight to Kiribati. This hotel was the nicest that I stayed while in Fiji. It is across the highway from the airport so it is perfect for overnight transit stays with shuttles to and from the airport. The restaurant had great kokoda and other dishes. The grounds and pool were lovely. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful.
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... snorkelling was amazing! It was like I was in 'Finding Nemo' with all the different coloured fish swimming about. One of the most amazing things I have seen since travelling. The toilets here are literally a hole in the ground, and I defiantly saw a cockroach when I went for a wee earlier! This evening we had dinner and chilled out for a bit at the beach bar before heading to ...
... water and descended, I looked behind me and immediately saw a giant bull shark swimming by! IT WAS SO COOL! There were so many of them, giant sharks bigger than me swimming right towards me. It was out of this world! We watched them casually swim by for awhile then we did some swimming ourselves and got to see some beautiful coral and tropical fish, we even saw a turtle!! More big bull sharks mixed in with some black tip reef sharks made for one of the best dives to date! ...
... or rugby. However I opted to watch and instead talked to an 11th grade girl. After this break we headed back into the classroom for a snack of fruit, finger sandwiches, and some random orange pastry. Then we broke into small groups to tour the school and to visit with some of the classes. After about an hour we visited about 8 different classrooms and we learned about a typical day at school in Fiji firsthand. Then we ...
... in a washing machine. Pete had equipment failure with one flipper floating away anf provingmore elusive than mercury. I tried snorkeling but the visibility was woeful. It wasn't long before we admitted defeat and headed back to the beach and then a return 'home'.
We had a welcome shower to get rid of all the sand before having a relaxing afternoon.
... much to our surprise, and that of the instructors, there was a feeding taking place which, thanks to the feeder being Matthew's cousin, we were allowed to stay and watch (you usually pay a lot of money for this as did the one terrified looking woman from another resort, watching far above us !). It was amazing! There were so many of them all around us and it was fascinating to watch this dive master interact with them, sharing chunks of tuna steak and even teasing ...