Treasure Island Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Treasure Island
... were walking out, a group of guys (who mostly looked like ex-players) had been selected to take part in an informal kicking competition. The spectators howled with laughter and applauded rapturously as the old boys took their turns. Having strolled back towards the main street, we bumped into Lukx again. He had been checking out the rugby too but had hopped over the fence rather than going in through the turnstiles. He was on his way to try to get some produce ...
... brown eyes that occasionally flashed blue. Before leaving, we chatted to a man who seemed to have sired half of the village. At 77, he has approximately 34 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren; even he didn't seem sure how many. He said that he struggles to remember all of the names when there is a get-together. Feeling very lucky to have been offered this peek into village life, we made our way back across the sand walkway to the boat. As we set off, ...
... All the while, he was chatting to Ben, telling him about a machete injury that he had sustained whilst out walking with his brother a couple of years ago, which nearly cost him his left hand. His brother, who is left handed, received a near-identical wound to his right hand, making Felipe suspect that there might be a curse upon them. He says that he prays very hard just in case. Many of the Fijians that we have met are devout Christians and Felipe has family members in ...
... pink, purple and yellow before finally beginning to darken in earnest. After dinner, which we had inside the lodge, the staff sang a welcome song for those of us who had arrived today and a farewell song for those leaving tomorrow. At the back of the lodge, some of the guys were pounding Kava root to a powder using a huge iron rod. Ben tried his hand at it, knocking the rod against the iron bowl after each strike so that no powder is spilled, as he had seen the Fijians do ...
... and he pops up briefly. You can see him swimming in the anemone's fingers if you look closely.
The Caves of Babylon videos just give you sense of what it's like in terms of the contrast of light and dark and the immenseness (probably not a word) of the whole experience. In the second video there's a brief glimpse of Semi and then me.
Finally there's ...