Last night we went up to sunset point to watch the sunset and eat cheese and crackers it was so nice! It’s the best place to watch the sunset on the island. We usually walk up there about 3 times a week. I find it a really nice way to end the day and sit together and chat. It’s always a little bit dodgy walking back though cause you can’t see where the coconut crabs are and every now and…

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    Today we woke up early to get into town to catch the bus to Nadi, The taxi to Nadi costs $200 or the bus is $11 each. The cutest kids were waiting for the bus with us, we bought them chippies and they were so stoked! Tried these Fijian Taro chips they were pretty good but quite spicy! The bus took 3 hours and we really should have bought a laptop to watch a movie or something. I…

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    We did a basket weaving class where they taught us how to weave a market basket out of coconut palm leaves. You can use them as a basket for the fruit and vege markets or to use in a lovu (underground oven) to put the veges and meat into to cook. At the start it was super hard we both didn’t know what the heck we were doing but it got easier and was pretty simple in the…

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The island we are living on used to be a coconut plantation so there are so many coconuts to be used! We have started to include coconut in some of our meals like making coconut rice and a fijian dish where you cook platain (cross between a potato and a banana) in coconut milk as a desert. The pineapples over here is so nice and sweet and you can pick up three pineapples at the markets for $5! This mocktail…

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I randomly woke up at 6, no idea why, I never wake up that early and certainly not without an alarm. I lay in bed for a while and couldn’t get back to sleep so I went down to the beach and saw the sun was just rising and there was a gorgeous pastel pink and grey sky. I went and got Ben and we watched the sun rise together. It rises on our side of the island and sets…

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