Matana Beach Resort - Dive Kadavu
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... 8230; it’s a pub crawl, people. I’m so glad I went, though. It was a lot of fun. We got some sort of champagne cocktail on arrival and a sticker from a bartender called ‘Boy Toy’ with our name for the night on it. "I’m Foxy Cleopatra, and I’m a whooole lotta woman!". Because I channel Beyonce, evidently.
First drink was a Wang Wang. ****. We know where this is going. Next, onto the Lido pool for a male vs ...
... the beautiful palm trees lining the path, fronting the shore and the various lagoons we passed. Also noted, were the community pig enclosures, holding every sized animal from a sow and its piglets to huge hogs. We finally settled on a spot of sand and at one point Vikki, basking in the tropical breezes, the gorgeous sea, the lovely palms swaying overhead, took a shot to show you all her perspective - "looking skyward laying on the sand."
Once we ...
There is an orchestra of noises in the morning on Kadavu. A constant foundation of crickets, accompanied by the continuous lapping of waves and occasional drumming of rain. There is no real bird song instead loud single toots like children's party blowers. At night there are large moths that look like plant leaves seemingly sunbathing in the florescent light and undeterred by a camera flash.
Kadavu is an island 100km south of the main island in Fiji and surrounded by ...
... next day and she would show us. As the day was winding down we returned to the beach for a walk before returning to the boat and were greeted by four young boys pretending they were pawpaw (papaya) trees. They had tried to camouflage our kayak on the beach with branches from a pawpaw tree. That game moved on to palm trees, sword fighting, and finally we became human swings for them. On our way back up the beach, the two older boys (about age ...
... souvenirs not begrudged as they live such a simple life, tourism is their sole means of earning a living and the ladies said the profits all go back into the school.
Returning to base Colin and I sat in the warm shallow sea to cool down before the next deluge of rain sent us back to our bure, which was even more comofrtable than the two previous bures, with a little three piece suite inside as well as table and chairs on the ...