Waidroka Bay Resort
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... the *****umen and concrete surrounds.
Our lunch was excellent - I had an Onion Ring Tower with a Nadi Farmer's Club Sandwich washed down with several beers. Yum.
Back into Denarau and our resort we cooled off in the pool for several hours and I took some pool pics.
We won the first test and I stayed and watch the last few overs - it was exciting.
After the test we took our photo on the deck chairs as we always do in Fiji - if we ...
Day 9 (Saturday 6th December 2014)
Up early again and Rahni picked us up in her Hyundai Sonata; and headed out for Momi on the coast. Not far out of one of the villages she pulled over after a Policeman flagged her down from the other side of the road.
He walked over to her and showed her the radar gun; it read '90', seems this stretch of the road is an ‘80’ zone. She was not happy and ...
... on the BBQ – they needed to be 'medium to well’ – given they were so thick it took about 25 minutes of cooking to get them to that standard. It was worth the wait, as they rested for about 10 minutes whilst I cooked the chips in the oven.
Back to the pool after dinner for a late night swim and muck about; we hopped into the spa for some late night warmth and relaxing. The sunset ...
... amp; lounge room. Off the lounge is a decent size balcony that overlooks the sweeping vista of the Mamanuca Islands – a place that I have done around 7 SCUBA Dives – our view is spectacular and as we sit and drink a ‘Wild Witch’ Shiraz or two we are mesmerised by the dancing and glittering sunlight of the occasional rolling white peaked wave. There’s no boats, jet skis or activity in the water – just a few seagulls in ...
... awoken by a commotion on the beach outside. There was an entire rugby squad training on the sand in front of our bungalow. They were practicing their war dance and it was a very surreal sight just after waking up on a cloudy Fiji morning. It turned out to be a team from Australia who were touring Fiji and were using The Uprising as their base on the island.
We got ourselves ready and made the short walk along the beach to the tiny village of ...