Helllo everyone! I hope you had a wonderful weekend! I am sorry I was a little MIA the last few days. We went to Charlotte over the weekend and it’s been nonstop ever since. On to my last and final post for Fiji. I hope you have enjoyed some of the information and pictures from our vacation and maybe I’ve inspired you to travel somewhere new! *Wonderlust*
I mentioned previously that the food in Fiji was amazing. The blend of Indian, native Fijian, and Polynesian cooking styles and a top notch chef at Namale made for some delicious meals. Adam, Ali, Joey, and myself are definitely foodies. We just loooove good food and that’s one of the best parts of traveling, trying out new food. When we sat around trying to figure out the best meal we had, none of us had an exact answer. We just kept naming every meal we ate! The food was prepared with local ingredients and stayed true to the culture. The drinks were also made with such care and fresh juices, they delish! Naturally, every meal was accompanied by Fiji water. Namale also does an excellent job at providing a variety of food each night including a vegetarian option as well. To our surprise, we were also allowed to make requests so we went with pumpkin soup and lobster and steak one night, which were phenomenal.
Activites: During our vacation there was never a dull moment. The resort has so many activities included such as horse back riding, paddle boarding, snorkeling, hiking, village tours, and golfing, as well as some others that were worth paying the extra dollar for. One day it was a bit rainy/overcast so we decided to take advantage of the “Kava Bowl” which was a separate building equipped with an Apple entertainment system, ipod for music, a bowling alley, foosball table, air hockey, and golf simulator. We were like kids for the day!