Viwa Island Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the heat left our clothes dripping in sweat. It was definitely worth it with the views surrounding the islands, just a shame the sun wasn't out to compliment the pictures. On our way back down we heard some rustling in the bushes and thought a bear was about to ambush us, but turned out it was one of the local dogs, which we had previously named "nip nip", due to its saggy nipples dragging along the floor as it ran. The rest of the stay was filled by lazing around, eating and ...
... at me stifling giggles and inspecting the room. The lizard was officially gone and the huntsman flicked out onto the garden.
Tomorrow the seaplane is coming to pick us up at 1.30pm which is great, and a lot later than we expected. Originally we were told 10am which would have us waiting at the airport until 6pm (no aircon!) so this is a great improvement.
It's going to suck coming home but my lobster skin will appreciate it!
... up to 5 years of age. As you can imagine, a classroom full of googly-eyed kids all cheerily shouting "BULA" was enough to make Antarctica melt. They sang us some songs in English (all based around praying and Jesus) and then grabbed their toothbrushes to clean their teeth after snack time. A very inquisitive little boy spotted my camera and very delicately positioned himself right at my feet so I could take a photo. After waiting ...
... again but I'm sure he thought I was going to pass out, offering his back for a piggy back ride. Tempting as it was, I soldiered on, cursing Stu under my breath for making me go on this hike (even though it was my idea). The land was mainly flat now, and we kept having to dodge cow poop. There were mystical, wild cows on this island and we heard them but couldn't see them. It was at this point I decided this part of the trek reminded me of "Lord of the Rings" and after ...
... We then trekked out for food and used the internet to do a bit of research about NZ and Alex read the BBC News for ages - lol :) Not much to do in the eve at Savusavu so we headed back home with a curry takeaway from 'Mum's Country Kitchen'. We then feel a sleep really early . . . I think all the travelling has worn us out.