recommended this to us. She said to phone a number she left and then pick
up the boat at Navua which was about six miles away. She said to be sure
to buy some sweets for the village children to take with us. This we did
and it was really an amazing day made all the better because we were doing alone
rather than being herded on to a tourist coach. This is one reason why
exchanging homes suits us so much.
Navua river and our boat. It took 75 minutes to reach the village going at
quite a reasonable speed as the boat had an outboard. Our guide asked for
the money before we set off rather apologetically but, as he explained, he
needed to buy the petrol at the garage opposite.
from very Indian Navua
set off and Theresa and Abi love it>>>>>
<<Some spectacular scenery on the way
clothes on the river bank
arrival we were taken to the meeting house for lunch, talk to the chief,drink
cava and be entertained by Fijian singing.....
to R= Chief, Cava man, our guide
being set out for us
(not) Theresa drinks Cava. Theresa says she knew it was going to be bad as
it is the only time she's heard me refuse a second alcoholic drink!
lunch time entertainment
break after lunch.
chose these offering a tad more privacy>>
loving the lollies we took them
before we set off back to Navua
for Fiji Dinner at
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