As our Journey goes on, certain things appear to set on patterns. One of them is our yearly dose of Nirvana.
“Fiji Time !”
That’s an expression we hear regularly from locals, always coupled with a broad genuine smile. And whereas it is a direct reference to the speed things are done, I believe it embodies a broader concept, that Fijians have their own way of doing stuff.
Indeed they do, at least as it comes to Tourism, where I think they have their act pretty much together.
Just as we thought we’d seen it all already … Continue reading “Sawa-i-Lau, WOW !”
About two thirds of the way North, up along the Yasawas, nested in between three islands lies a protected body of water known as the “Blue Lagoon”. Probably greener more than blue, due to all the reefs that surround it, this is a beautiful anchorage, which we have visited twice already since arriving to Fiji. Continue reading “Blue Lagoon”
To be precise, its actual name is Tokatokanu Passage. But if you refer to the “Manta Ray Pass”, it is generally understood here that you are talking about the narrows between Drawaqa and Naviti islands. A place where the namesake animals are known to congregate to feed and also to watch the Tourists and Cruisers who tend to crowd those waters. Continue reading “Manta Ray Pass”