80,000 miles in 4 minutes
Flowers bloom at the 5-acre Fiji Orchid in Nadi
A quiet day at my favorite private island resort in Fiji
Recapping the first 60 days and looking ahead to what’s next for Angie Away
Truly, there’s no way to describe in words the sweet days I had at Nukubati.
Since almost every item served at Nukubati is grown onsite or caught in the waters around the island, you couldn’t make a wrong choice. Every item I had was fresh, delicious and locally inspired.
The Great Sea Reef remains largely uncharted, and Nukubati is the only resort with access to its 77,000 square miles of wonders.
We weathered 4 days of squalls, and in my expert Floridian opinion, I surmise we experienced gusts of at least 50 mph if not more.
As always, kids love to check out the random visitor among them, and the little church on Vanua Levu was no exception.
At Nukubati, you never feel like you’re having an experience you could have had somewhere else.
Now that I’ve spend six nights at Nukubati Island, I know why they call it the end of the earth.
The kava in the pottery village was particularly strong. My lips and tongue were tingling for a while.
Adam waited until we were about 15 minutes outside the village to let me in on a little secret – his ancestors were cannibals.