Waidroka Bay Resort
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... paid to get it back from a local who found it!
Stus highlight..3.30pm everyday was free tea and scones!
Met He Dah and Tony from Germany and shared stories over a few drinks. Hi guys if your reading this!
Vinaka Fiji, we had a blast!
... to the airport the next day and went to bed. DAY 11 - we had breakfast and used the WiFi for a while until it was time to get our taxi. We said bye to Natalia and got a taxi with Dominic. The taxi driver was telling us how in the next few days they were expecting a cyclone. I was so glad we were leaving. We got to the airport and met Andrea we were all on the same flight back to Melbourne. We played the post it game where u guess which celeb you are to help pass some time. It ...
... and to myself and this horrible woman accused me of being a show off. Now I'll admit, I can be a touch dramatic at times, but I was being good - promise!). Another team decided to include me for my own safety the next round. Dinner was delicious, although I'm getting tired of sitting on my own. Then a wander around the shops and through a few live music venues and off to bed. Tomorrow - Suva - and no tenders. Thank ...
... Joe) whose mother worked at the resort bar – so he was plied with free drinks and food all afternoon.
Zach, Jamie and Alex participated in the Fijian Language course in the afternoon which they seemed to enjoy.
Malani and I still lazing about on our Banana Lounges – trying not to get too burnt by the tropical sun, with the occasional dip in the pool to cool down.
By 1600 hours it was ...
... who was on his way to Suva university. I asked him how long until we get to my stop. He said twenty minutes. I don't know why I bothered asking. An hour and a half later we arrived at Pacific Harbour.
Uprising is a holiday village of traditional thatched beachfront bungalows on a perfect stretch of golden beach. We checked in and were shown to our room by a Fijian monster who carried both of our massive heavy backpacks at once, one on each shoulder. ...