Treasure Island Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Babysitting service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... The caves are formed out rock and coral and you dive through them with shards of light breaking through hollows and holes in the rock and coral above. There is just so much to look at and explore that I feel I could dive there and never get bored.
Justine found Nemo there. Two clown fish were hovering above an anemone and looking a bit agitated (which is a good sign that a baby Nemo is within) and sure enough Nemo popped up, so tiny and ...
... 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 ...
... local “Jack” who knows every inch of the sea in these parts accompanies us on our boat, regaling stories of the past and sharing his huge energy and knowledge with us. Beautiful coral and beautiful fish – we do two separate dives over different parts of the reef before heading back into the bay. We are truly impressed.
9 August – 13 August 2014 – Savusavu ( Again) Vanua Levu – Fiji
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... arriving. This island was one of the few with a jetty and when the boat came in 20 to 30 villagers headed out to sing the Bula welcome song to those arriving, and the farewell song to those leaving. When our two days were up on Mana it was time to head to Tokoriki where we'd booked ourselves a treat in a 5 star resort. After an endless battle of wits we had finally managed to find someone who could transfer us from Mana to Tokoriki. This did however come with a couple ...
... 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 ...