Last day at Pacific Harbour

After a night in the bar watching fire twirlers and Polynesian dancers we woke up to a beautiful hot day. Breakfast was followed by a walk to the Pacific Harbor Craft Village, with a purpose, to get my hair all plated, very island looking, even if I do say so myself, thanks to Lela the local hairdresser.

Reckon this is probably a good opportunity to fill you in on our accommodation, basically it’s pretty amazing, air conditioning in the bedroom, tea and coffee making facilities, small fridge and kitchen area, lounge space, bathroom and outside shower to die for. We are in villa 4 right on the beach so we wake to the sound of the ocean and relax on the little deck out back with the beach and ocean view. Food on the other hand for vegetarians is not that flash, curry night last night had a few options, but otherwise the menu is a bit lacking. Baka Blues down at The craft village has no options, but Oasis Restaurant at the craft village does have a few options to choose from. All prices are around about the same, not cheap but not expensive.

Today is basically kick back, soak up some rays before the packing commences for our leg tomorrow to Savusavu, so it’s back to Nadi airport then off we go again, this time it’s to do our PADI advanced diving so that should be fun, so until we find the next wifi opportunity, oh speaking of which it’s $15 a day or $40 for three days, it’s time to sign off!

Bring on the diving, bit more lounging, few more Rays, and get my book finished.

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About revthreads

I originally decided to get a blog because I think any adventure, travel experience should be journaled and then thought it's good to share. Some things may be interesting to others and other things not so much but sharing is good! I love to travel, I don't get to do as much as I would like, ultimately it would be my dream to just pack up, head off and keep going for as long as possible seeing and experiencing new things, meeting new and interesting people. Like a lot of people I have family and work commitments that keep me grounded, but I am fortunate enough to have a fair few opportunities to head out and live life to the full.
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