Tokoriki Island Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
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- Outdoor pool
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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- Concierge desk
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- Meal plan
Travel Blogs from Tokoriki Island
... to inhale water as we were swimming. But once we got going, it was absolutely incredible! We saw a tonne of fish, all different colours and sizes, some travelling alone and others in huge schools. There were heaps of different kinds of corals, anemones and starfish. It was amazing - Like “Finding Nemo” in real life! No turtles or manta rays though. There was a massive school of little blue fish that swam quite close to the surface of ...
... We sat on the beach for a while and just read. I didn’t bring a book with me from home but the office here has a little collection of books that you can borrow. The idea is that you take a book to read and leave one to replace it – Like a recycling library! It seems a lot of people wanted to ditch all the travel guides they didn’t need any more. There were a few recognizable titles there though, some Shakespeare, ...
... bound to happen). I must have forgotten where I was while I was sleeping and turned over to suddenly. Next thing I knew, I had flipped myself onto the ground – Ouch! I’m still an amateur to this Fiji thing. We went for a walk further down the beach, which is an expansive area of flat rock. There were many rock pools; we had fun picking up crabs and touching little anemones. We
tried to crack a coconut, but let’s just say that ...
... So we put sun cream on and got our go pros ready in case we heard the drums beating. There was a coconut demonstration at the sunset deck, so we watched that. We were told some information about coconuts and then watched how to take them apart and get the milk out. The man then smashed the coconut with his bare hands! He then let us eat the coconut - I didn't particularly enjoy it, as I thought it tasted as though we were eating wood! Later on we went for a little ...
... song and then we waited for the boat to arrive. When it did, we we called for boarding, and we got on the little boat which took us out to sea. This time we didn't get on the big boat - the island we were off to next was only around the corner, so we got onto another little boat which took us to Barefoot Manta Resort. Again, we were welcomed by singing and guitar playing, and taken to an area where our names were written on blackboards on each table. We sat at ...