Waidroka Bay Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... they were too engrossed in the fight. So I thought it was time to depart and find Nick so I left them to it. The Fijian's really do not like the Indian or Chinese as they feel they have taken all the local business. After this little episode we came back to the hotel to chill out but did manage to squeeze in a quick lunch at a little indian restaurant on the river which was so cheap and one of the nicest indian meals we have ever had. Heading off to night to LA and Yosemite National ...
... under the water, it was so close to us, it was a surreal experience. Soon after it came right up and touched my stomach, it felt like sandpaper. I lay so still! A few more sharks appeared in total there were four swimming below us. Amazing but scary experience! I'm not sure its one I would repeat. We returned to the island and sunbathed the rest of the day. In the evening we met a girl called Helen who said she knew us from n.z, and said yeh your the girls that climbed ...
... 10 bull sharks (plus others) and then 25 metres down for the second dive that yielded 15 bull sharks. These sharks made the ones I saw in the Yasawas look tiny. They were around 3.5 metres long but the absolute girth of them was something else. They were huge and very beautiful.
The set-up of the feed itself was very similar to the previous one in that we all knelt in a line and held the rock in front of us and two Fijian guards ...
... becoming sore from the fins – we put a Band-Aid on each and then wrapped them with elastotape to further soften them in the fin – this worked and Jame was able to complete her Open Water 4th dive. She was pretty wrapped because she said the last dive was the best – plenty of underwater caves to explore.
We had a coffee and tea on board, with coconut and pineapple. Jamie ate some coconut ...
... and in went 9 litres of soft drink as well – the roll-along suitcase became quite heavy after a while.
Back to the Farmer’s Market restaurant where Malani booked in Zach’s 19th Birthday dinner for Thursday – looks like a nice menu and a large place by the river – the latter dirty and a bit whiffy. We got to choose our table – so I chose the one right in front of ...