In the penultimate post in our travel blog series, we tell the story of our stay in Melbourne, Australia followed by the trip North to Cairns where we experienced the full force of monsoon season and the ensuing flooding. Read on by following the link here
Should we or should we not try running down a tall, steep mountain and jumping off on a tandem hang-glider as recommended by our friend Suzy? This was the question on our minds as we prepared to leave the North Island. Continuing reading here.
Heading further south on our tour of the North Island and encountering amazingly crystal clear Blue Springs filtered by 50-100 years’ of passage through the ground. A beautiful but odorous lake, some extreme white-water rafting, two amazing but shocking depictions of World War I, and a cave troll or two. Read on here for all the details and images: https://spark.adobe.com/page/3ak39CCBhILX4/
For this third and final week of our sojourn to Fiji, we chose the remote Tiliva Resort which lies on the extreme west end of the island of Kadavu (pronounced KanDAvu). Kadavu is the fourth largest of the archipelago situated just south of Viti Levu; some call it “the real Fiji”.
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As I write this we’re waiting in the “departure lounge” (hut) at Matei Airport on the Fijian garden island of Taveuni after a week staying at the Paradise Taveuni Resort for the last week. In one word AMAZING.
I’m writing this at the end of our first week as we travel from Viti Levu, Fiji’s main island, to the garden island of Taveuni where we’re spending our second week. As we sit in the car on the way to the airport, there is a protest march in Nadi, our destination and place of departure, traffic is stationary as a result, we are watching said march on our driver Rezwan’s iPad on a Facebook live stream (isn’t technology amazing?). We just said goodbye to the Namuka Bay Resort. About that...
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