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Naisisili

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  • Day71

    70 Tag Nacula

    June 21 in Fiji

    Heute machte ich eigentlich sogesagt irgendwie das Gleich wie gestern🤷‍♂️. Aber ich habe zwei nette Kinder kennengelernt, es waren Chinesen🇨🇳. Ja es gibt sie, die netten Chinesen👍. Auserdem konnte ich die Schule an einem coolen Ort machen🏫.

    #Chinesen

  • Day73

    Am Morgen ging es geschlagen 4.30h mit einem Schnellboot zu unserer Insel. Vorbei an ganz vielen, wunderschönen Insel. Die meisten Insel haben meistens nur ein Hotel. Sonst nichts. Das ist auch der Grund wieso das Internet hier nicht funktioniert. Die Insel ist traumhaft. Vom Strand kann man direkt im Riff schnorcheln. Ansonsten kann man hier gar nichts tun. Nur rumliegen und schnorcheln. Daran muss sich Familie Schu-Mü mal gewöhnen😂.Read more

  • Day73

    Diesen Tag haben wir mit Essen, schlafen und schnorcheln verbracht. Die Unterwasserwelt ist hier traumhaft. Hab noch nie so viele verschiedene Fische gesehen.

  • Day51

    Bulaaaaa (Hallo) Fiji - Nacula Island

    December 12, 2017 in Fiji

    Nach ca. 4h Flug sind wir gut in Nadi angekommen, wo wir eine Nacht blieben, bevor es am nächsten Morgen mit dem Schiff Richtung Nacula Island ging (ca. 5h lang).

    Dort angekommen, hat es sich angefühlt wie im Paradies! Ein eigenes kleines Häuschen, 5 m entfernt von feinsten, weißen Sandstrand mit unglaublichem Blick auf das klareste, türkiseste Meer, das mit mehreren Korallenriffs direkt vor der Haustür zum Schnorcheln einlädt... einfach unfassbar schön! Die Bilder geben einen Eindruck, leider aber nicht das ganze Flair wieder :)

    Neben zahlreichen Ausflügen auf's Wasser (Kajak, Schnorcheln, schwimmen) haben wir auch einige nette Mitbewohner kennengelernt und ein Dorf der Einheimischen besucht. Zum Abschluss gab es am letzten Abend noch eine traditionelle Cava-Zeremonie für uns. Wir beschreiben jetzt mal nicht den Geschmack des Getränks aus einer Wurzel, aber die Zeremonie an sich war ein sehr lustiges Erlebnis. Die Wirkung von Cava ist sehr beruhigend und für einige sehr einschläfernd! ;-)

    Jetzt geht es für uns weiter auf die nächste Insel!
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  • Day98

    Nabua Lodge

    July 9, 2017 in Fiji

    Fiji is very Christian so Sundays are traditionally a day of rest. There were therefore no activities planned on White Sandy except for a church service in the morning so we had a lazy morning chatting to Valerie and Luig, a Belgian couple that have had the same itinerary as us so we have been together from the beginning of our trip.

    The boat arrived around midday to take us to our next island, Nabua Lodge. From the moment we stepped off the boat we knew it was going to be a lot nicer here. All I wanted was a bathroom that didn't smell like a public toilet and we got that and so much more. The room is huge and very clean. We get electricity 3 times a day and we even have hot water and a sink! At first it didn't look like we had a bathroom at all but then the lady opened the wardrobe and revealed our secret ensuite. It's like Narnia! We feel so much more comfortable here. We spent 2 days on White Sandy with another couple from the UK and they have also moved across to Nabua so there is a little gang of us now which is really nice.

    After lunch we pottered around taking photos until it was time for afternoon tea. A few minutes down the beach there is a small lodge where they serve afternoon tea and cake for $6 so we tucked into an enormous slice of chocolate cake which was delicious!

    We then spent the rest of the afternoon chilling. Simon befriended a little ginger kitten who fell asleep on his lap for ages until we realised that he had fleas and was evicted!

    For dinner we had our first meal without rice since we arrived on the islands. They love rice and serve it with every meal! Today however we had mashed potato and battered fish. It was cold but a much welcomed change from white rice. Sundays are apparently international night so we all had to sing the national anthem from our home country. There were 6 people from the UK so fortunately we didn't have to sing it by ourselves. Two of them did make a sneaky exit though so it was down to the remaining 4 to sing God Save the Queen in our best voices. There were also people representing the US, Australia, Denmark, Germany, France, Switzerland and of course Fiji. We thing we did learn is that ours is by far the shortest. The Fijans, never passing up the opportunity to play a game, played a game which involved flipping two coins and guessing whether they were going to be heads or tails. The winner got a free beer! Simons eyes lit up at this point and he was determined to win. He did and thoroughly enjoyed his free can of Fiji Gold.
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  • Day99

    Day 2 - Nabua Lodge

    July 10, 2017 in Fiji

    We woke up and headed over for breakfast at (you guessed it) the sound of the drum.

    After breakfast we had a cave trip which was included in our package. We were a bit dubious about this one as we had to sign a waiver to do it. After a ridiculously bumpy journey there, we pulled up to the caves with very sore bottoms. After a short briefing we made our way up some steps and into the cave. The ladder at the bottom dropped us into a rather cold pool and we swam into the middle of the cave. It was quite impressive but also pretty full of other people. We had an option to swim underwater into a second cave but this required a mask which our resort refused to provide us. After some negotiation we arranged to pass masks back through to other people that wanted to swim through.

    It was only me that made it through. Blake was a bit nervous as they described it as you had to swim 1 meter down and 2.5 meters across for 3-5 seconds underwater. To say it was an anti-climax is an understatement. The second cave was pitch black, pretty tiny, super cramped when we made it in and the story the guide told was missed due it being so echoey. We swam back through to the main cave and made our way out. The journey back to our island was another bottom breaking ride. Some people paid 85 Fijian dollars for the trip and it definitely wasn't worth it. We would have been very disappointed if we had paid that.

    We had lunch shortly after returning which wasn't rice! Instead we had pasta in a sauce with cheese. After lunch we just topped up the tan on the beach.

    At 3pm we made our way to the tea lodge for our daily dose of tea and cake. Another great chocolate cake this time with raspberry sauce on top. It was delicious! There were also so almost newborn kittens that kept us all entertained.

    Not wanting to spend the rest of the afternoon in the sun, we introduced Matt and Caroline to Phase 10.
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  • Day71

    69 Tag Nacula

    June 21 in Fiji

    Heute fuhren wir mit der Fähre zu unserem neuen, coolen Hotel🛥. Das Hotel hat ein aussenstehendes Bad🚽. Ausserdem haben wir ein Riff direkt vor der Haustühr🚪. Und das Essen hou☝️! Das ist einfach super👍. Heute hatte ich einen leckeren Burger🍔. Ausserdem hat es so eine aufblasbare Rutsche mitten im Meer, das war lustig da runterzuspringen🌅.

    #Hotel
    #Riff
    #Rutsche

  • Day87

    F-Nacula

    May 11, 2017 in Fiji

    Tag 2 Insel Hopping:

    Memo an mich: Für die nächste Weltreise (oder Urlaub) eine GoPro kaufen 😀

    Heute war ich Reef-Shark Snorkling und OMG ich habe einen Hai angefasst und die schönsten Korallen gesehen 😍! Nachmittags dann im Blue Lagoon Resort relaxed... Ach jaaa...

  • Day267

    Nacula Island, FJI

    May 24, 2017 in Fiji

    Nach den 4 Nächten im Zelt kamen wir hier im Luxusresort an. WOW - das war vielleicht im ersten Moment komisch. So viele Touristen auf einmal, eine Bar, ein Pool, Strom den ganzen Tag, so viel Essen und eine Auswahl zu haben und und und. Den ganzen Luxus den wir vorher nicht hatten, hatten wir nach einer 15 minütigen Bootsfahrt auf einmal. In diesem Resort ließen wir es richtig krachen - wir haben uns gleich mal selber upgegradet in eine bessere Unterkunft und haben somit 3 Nächte in einer wunderschönen Gartenvilla mit Freiluftbadezimmer verbracht. Dies war bisher unsere teuerste Unterkunft mit 300€/Nacht. Wir haben diese 3 Nächte in dem Resort sowas von genossen (Wer hätte das gedacht!). Der Strand war paradiesisch (glasklares Wasser und weißer feiner Sand) und das ganze Resort war echt hübsch hergerichtet.

    An einem Nachmittag gingen wir gemeinsam mit anderen Touristen zu dem Inseldorf und dort sangen die Inselbewohner für uns und tanzten auch wieder mit uns. Und wir bekamen sogar eine schöne Blumenkette - wie man es auf den Bildern oder Filmen von den pazifischen Inseln kennt. Ansonsten haben wir den schönen Strand und den Pool genossen.
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  • Day3

    Nausori

    November 17, 2017 in Fiji

    In the night it was really hot that you didn't even Needed a blanket and the mattress was about 2cm thick. But I had a good night. We left really early in the morning to Nausori. The family of sawi lives here, unfortunately his brother's wife has passed away last week. Today and tomorrow is the funeral.

    The town is on the other side of Fiji, the drive took us around 2 hours. On our way we had to wait for roadworks that had to get a lot of mud of the way. Due the rain there was an mud slide and that blocked the road by 2 meter high mud.

    When we arrived in the village everyone greeted us with bula (hello in Fijian). All the houses here are metal plates with some wood. No windows or anything. And when you enter the house you have to take your shoes off. Most people there walk bare foot or with flip-flops. All year long it's around 30 degrees.

    At the house we had a warm welcome. Got thee and cake. Afterwards we chatted with a lot of people. Luckily they already had a lot of other backpackers h
    Who went here and they know all basic English. I'm together with Luca the only foreigners in the village.

    On the day we only sat around for about 5 hours. Then went to the mortuary and helped to get the coffin. With a mortuary car. We had to wear special clothes, white top and black skirt. When we came back they layed the coffin in the house and we had dinner afterwards. Later in the evening we had kava thats a local drink where you can get drunk from if you drink a lot. It taste like water with nut, but it is a root. Kava is power from the root of a pepper plant.

    Late in the evening there were people singing in front of the coffin. All the people here will stay awake the whole night to pay their respect to the family member that passed away.
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