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We thought that we would have a lazy day today as tonight we are meant to be going on our dinner cruise. So after breakfast I checked with the tour desk and found that again it would be cancelled until next Tuesday. To late for us as we leave on Monday. So off to the conceirge to help us get a taxi booked for Monday as we need to get Gai's new camera changed. It's not looking good as Monday is a public holiday - Queen's birthday, and all the shops will be closed. The staff to our rescue. They managed to contact Mr Singh, the store owner and he came in with his son, a repalcement camera and also the option to upgarde to another model. It was the upgrade for us. Our thanks must go to all, as it looked like we were going to be left with a dud. This ended up taking all day to sort out, but it was worth it. So a walk to the other end of the island and as it was starting to get dark, a drink in the bar listening to the choir and watching the sun set.

Gai shows off her
bruises from yesterdays' trip.

Mr Singh and us ponder
the cameras' fate.

Another bar. Too
early for a drink.

Water sports for
those with energy.

Gai tests out
the new camera.

Clive without the
camera in his face.

Shell markets - the other
end of the island.

No fishing is allowed to
protect the marine reserve.

Childrens choir
entertain us.

Close up. Their voices
were beautiful.

Gai along
the walkways.

Looking back to the causeway.
It's the white section.

Gai and the
new camera.

Everything was so
calm and peaceful.

Gai in the bar
waiting for drinks.

Clive waits for
his Fijian Bitter.

The sun
starts to set.



Clothes still trying to dry
as Gai has a smoke.

Happy hour and
wine time.

Cheers to our last
night in Fiji.

Looking into the
Black Marlin Bar.

Two of the staff
that looked after us.


The restaurant where we
had dinner most nights.

DJ Fax leads the
childrens disco.

Clive & Ellini. She was
married on Friday.

Do we really
have to go home ?.

Waiting in the foyer
for our transit bus.

One last
photo shoot.

Fiji International
Airport awaits.

Time for one
last cigarette.


Farewell Fiji.
We had a magnificant time.