I mentioned in earlier blog posts that every individual’s experience opens up a new perspective. Having come from the other side of the world, all the way from Ireland, I felt that my experience at Club Fiji was also perhaps maybe just a little more unique and of course, highly enjoyable. Now I’d like to elaborate on my experience and share some more thoughts on Club Fiji.
Picture a cold, rainy day where you wish to be tucked up indoors in front of a warm fire. That was my normal life. Now picture yourself lying in the sun, on a hammock and with an ice cold cocktail. That is my new life. This contrast was a reflection of the environment I had come from to the environment I had arrived. This was all new, exciting and eye opening and I was absolutely loving my time in a true Fijian setting.
When I arrived it was quite late at night and yet I was still greeted with a warm smile and taken to a beautiful bure on the beach. The bure was spacious, clean, intimate and with stereophonic waves.
The next morning I made my way to the breakfast hall where I had a nice selection of fruit, yoghurt, toast, eggs, bacon and cereal. After breakfast I took a walk around the resort in order to grab a real feel for the place. The first thing I noticed was the friendly staff, the hammocks and deck chairs on peacefully set on the beach. The resort was quiet and you could easily pick a secluded spot of beach that you could enjoy all to yourself.
Later in the afternoon I took one of the kayaks out into the water. The resort offers a wide range of paddle boats, canoes, paddle boards and kayaks that are available for the guests for free. I just had to take advantage of the opportunity so I paddled around in the water for about half an hour taking in the view of the resort from the water and allowing my sun-challenged Irish skin to soak up some rays.
“The resort offers a wide range of paddle boats, canoes, paddle boards and kayaks”
I also had the opportunity to try some fresh coconut. Every day at four o’clock one of the staff will climb up one of the trees and cut down some coconuts for you to try. It was impressive to watch as the they will literally pull themselves up the tree using nothing but their own strength and then they will cut open a fresh coconut for you to enjoy in all your tropical glory.
“Try some fresh Coconuts”
My overall experience of Club Fiji was very pleasurable. The accommodation was just right, the staff was just so friendly and I had some wonderful meals to fuel my relaxation and occasional beach activities.
Club Fiji really does feel like the perfect place to go to if you just want to relax and find your own special space to connect with your long lost, deep inner soul.
This entry was posted on Thursday, November 21st, 2013 at 3:09 am
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