The plan was simply to kick back, relax, enjoy the warmth, the surroundings and have some quality family time. The plan worked, it was an absolute delight.
|View from our villa|
|Oh, Look! I think we may have ordered some cocktails.|
|Fire Dancers with their small fan|
|My own coconut drink!|
He was enthralled by the fire dancers who performed in the evenings at various hotels insisting that we watch them again and again. One day my son and I spent a pleasurable hour at the Denarau Golf Course driving range followed by a tasting of Fiji's own delicious rum. The golf club is also an ideal place to eat as a family with expansive views over the course and very reasonably priced family type meals.
Master Three was spell bound by the Fijian man who climbed coconut trees to collect the fruit and then offered him one, complete with straw, so he could enjoy drinking its sweet and refreshing nectar. But small children are easy to entertain, playing in the playground, feeding the prolific schools of fish near the shore with bread, watching the toads who come out in the evening and hop around the resort, and, best of all, swimming. One day Master Three went on a fishing tour with his dad but generally we simply relaxed with a capital "R"
|Glorious Denarau sunset, Sheraton, a travel brochure cliché, but true.|
|I can take any amount of this love and admiration!|
" holiday" holiday every now and then.