Treasure Island Resort
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- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... will bite you without much provocation. If you see one, you swim away from it. Today (Friday 28th November) I was on a dive where we swam towards a white-tipped reef shark so we could hover and watch it and we swam away from three much smaller trigger fish!
The clip briefly shows the people watching and I think there's a glimpse of my bright pink sleeves.
... a few comments along the lines of: "at least you didn't shrug at that one!". I'm more famous now for not seeing something than seeing it!
Coral Canyon is out on the ocean reef, along the lagoon wall and you drop straight down on the reef wall with the Pacific Ocean stretching out and down. This one was me, Megan and Justine where I missed the Eagle Ray and Bumphead Parrot Fish. More shrugging...
I did my second Caves of Babylon dive ...
... feel quite claustrophobic not helped by the woman leading the dive trying to hurry me up as she had a whole group of clients to get down but I just couldn’t get comfortable with it fast enough.
Today, by contrast, I rolled backwards into the water from the boat, right hand on regulator and mask to keep them in place and left hand on dive gauges and spare regulator to stop them bashing me in the head and I just ...
... in return they offered us a free night accommodation on our return from the Islands. That night we ate in Bamboo, a hostel/bar on the beach which had great food and we tried our first Fijian beers, Fiji Gold.
Next morning we boarded the Yasawa Flyer, a big yellow ferry to bring us to the Islands. We were first going far north so we were the last stop. After 5 hours we reached the Island and the welcoming to Safe Landing resort ...
... they'd caught seven fair sized
Spanish mackerel and a big Giant Travelly, when I got talking to some of the
staff they told me that the day before the boat had brought back a 55kg
Dog Tooth Tuna and three Sail Fish the previous week! The best thing is the
trip only cost $60 so I signed Mel and I up for the next afternoon. Manta was
the only place we had to pay extra ...