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Nov 21, 2012 - Captain's log - Fiji mission complete - signing off...........

We woke to another beautiful sunny and hot morning. Donna claimed she was up to witness the sunrise about 6:00amish but it wasn't that spectacular so climbed back into bed, reaffirming her belief that sunrises are overrated and she is going to commit her photography skills to sunsets instead!!! Our full schedule for the day includes swimming, reading, eating and lazing around - the Wayne and Donna version of a quadathlon!!! The days have all dawned with blue skies and by about 2:00pm it clouds over and we have a burst for a few minutes of...

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Nov 20, 2012 - tough job but somebody`s gotta do it

I was up early to try and get a jog in before it got too hot. I headed off to see a resort just up the way Donna had learned about from the travel agents touring yesterday. About 3 k's down the road I find a much bigger and busier resort but a possible dinner place as their menu was quite extensive. Across the street was a pub with a big deck and the music was pumping out with 3 customers and it was 930am!! After a look at the menu and convincing the bartender I didn't have money with me he agreed it would be ok if I came back later. I...

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Nov 19, 2012 - beachfront livin`

Our first morning in Fiji was very humid and more than a little warm - not that we are complaining, mind you! Loaded down with our packs we set off for the bus stop to find a bus to Nadi and then on to Tambua Sands Resort (another Lonely Planet suggestions which made us a little nervous based on what we had stayed in last night!). A bus came by as we hit the stop and it was busy but we squeezed in and we were off. This bus had no glass in the windows which actually worked as the wind coming in kept us cool although I don't know what...

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Aug 28, 2007 - The red moon???

The resort had organised a lunar party for guests on the 28th as there was a lunar eclipse in the Southern hemisphere. We were all so excited to be here in Fiji where we had expected to see constant blue sky and sun and thought we would have a beautiful starry night and full moon. Darren was particularly looking forward to it, as he had been trialing the cocktails to make sure they could be served that evening! The party for the 14 guests there was great, however, believe it or not, it was POURING!!! Just pouring. The rain was thundering...

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