Palmlea Farms Lodge & Bures

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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    Travel Blogs from Labasa

    Boarding Tuitai

    A travel blog entry by karebearlevy on Apr 28, 2014

    7 photos

    ... their way to collect food. Some walk for many miles (km) or take buses to neighboring villages/bodies of water, as needed. As Junior said “this is real village life”.

    Boarding Tuitai was like something straight out of a dream. After this bumpy 2 hour drive, Tuitai (a massive sailboat that looks like a pirate ship) comes into view- stunning in the middle of this small bay surrounded by crystal blue water and ...


    A travel blog entry by gatogo on Jun 15, 2013

    7 comments, 9 photos

    ... local bus and along the way, people from small villages going to market were picked up along with the things they were selling. Mainly it was kava root and taro root. When we arrived in town, it was directly to the market for a pass through, as we planned to buy produce and kava here. The majority of the vendors looked to be Indian rather than Fijian. There were colorful saris, beautiful produce, full leaf tobacco, grains, and of course, kava. ...

    Snorkelling at the Split Rock

    A travel blog entry by carolrichardson on Sep 21, 2012

    12 photos

    ... into the water and snorkel around in the coral. We walked there this morning for a little snorkelling and for me to practice with my camera. ...

    1 week left

    A travel blog entry by oconnor27 on Aug 22, 2011

    ... much stronger and still feeling like I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be. No doubt longevity here will take lots of hard work, there are very few boats in this industry that are this busy, but with great challenge comes great reward, and I've always enjoyed a good challenge.
    Ciao for now, pics on FB ...

    On The Grog

    A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe on Sep 26, 2010

    5 photos

    ... being steeped in water. The Tanoa is filled almost to the brim with water; the cloth bag is repeatedly dunked and squeezed into the Tanoa until the water is a mirky brown colour. The Tanoa holds about 6-8 pints! Once the mix is deemed to be ready the wingman says "Talo" – drink! The Chief is offered a bilo (drinking vessel formed from half a coconut shell) of grog; he drinks the entire bilo in one, everyone Cobos (deep sounding clap) 3 times. And so ...