Palmlea Farms Lodge & Bures

Address: Yalava by the Sea, Labasa, Vanua Levu, 828, Fiji | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa is located on Yalava by the Sea, Labasa.
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      Day 55 - Taveuni back to Savusavu.

      A travel blog entry by scottiebigtrip on Oct 04, 2013

      3 photos

      ... size of the palm of my hand jump out of the water and they has little wings - INCREDIBLE!! When we arrived at the port on the other side we got the express bus to Savusavu, which was way faster than on the way out. When we arrived in Savusavu we checked into Sunset Lodge just down from the last place we stayed in and nearly half ...


      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Jun 15, 2013

      7 comments, 9 photos

      ... in a month following hurricane damage. When we were dropped off, we were the only ones at the temple; this is not big tourist country! Cobra rock is said to be a place where people prey for fertility. It is said that the rock is growing every year (the roof has been raised three times to accommodate the sacred rock) and worshiping it may cause the same benefits for you. Last time I checked, there was no difference.

      Cruising the ...

      A stop in Fiji

      A travel blog entry by mithrandir on Jun 11, 2013

      22 photos

      ... a congregation of cruising yachts: seven american boats, one Canadian, a couple of kiwis, one Australian yacht, Germans and way down the harbour was a Austrian boat called Chi yesterday and there is a constant coming and going. Some have come up from New Zealand, others arrived from Tonga and the West and are on the usual coconut run. I must admit I did not seek contact as we are going the other way and had no plan to stay for long

      Grazing for food and snorkeling Namena Reserve

      A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto on Sep 19, 2012

      9 photos

      Having discovered that eating at Daku is not a good idea, we have found some good places to eat in town, which is a 15 minute stroll along the water. The Copra Shed has a good dining room as well as a good "snack bar" restaurant (which will “deliver” to the bar located around the other side of the “complex”—a bit of a strange setup but it ...


      A travel blog entry by oconnor27 on Jul 23, 2011

      1 comment

      The first half of this trip is over, we are on our way back to Tonga. The job is getting pretty intense! 15 hour days with an hour and a half break with 4 and a half weeks left is starting to screw with my mind. Today wasn't the best day, more provisions arrived to a crowded walk in and people are starting to get stressed with the day-after-day routine. The guests are great, these owners are not as in your face friendly as the last but they are still very friendly and ...