For our first night in Fiji we stayed at Club Fiji, a small beachside resort near Nadi. A lovely place. We stayed in a bure with two rooms, right across the lawn from the beach and the sea. The beach here is on Nadi bay, which is very shallow at this point. At high tide, the bay was a pretty blue but at low tide, the beach was a vast area of tidepools and mudflats. Still, this makes for interesting exploring and a huge area for seeking shells. Read on!
We then went to Musket Cove Resort on Malolo lailai island for five days, as described in the previous entry. We returned here to Club Fiji for a final three nights so that we would have a chance to explore some of the mainland. The first of the two days available was a Sunday, and Fiji really shuts down on Sundays… so we hung around the resort. Mara and Pam went sailing at high tide, and then a few hours later at low tide, went horseback riding over the same terrain. Monday was more interesting, but that deserves an entry of its own.
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