Mango Bay that didn’t have any Mangoes.

Bula Guys!

So, it has been a while since my last post and of course so much has happened in that time, lots of things I want to tell you about but it order to tell you about them it would take me at least 6 hours to write about it all and then probably take you at least 2 hours to read it all so instead I am going to do a mini recap using PHOTOS! Because everyone loves photos!

Okay, so now where to begin

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first pasta and coffee in 2 months! (thanks to Michelle and Corrina for telling us where to go for the good stuff!)

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and of course passion fruit cheese cake for dessert! It was so delicious!

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Sigatoka Cave safari! View from the mountain we had to go through, it was beautifully green, and yes the camera was on a special setting my hair isn’t actually that red.

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Awkward mountain posses. 🙂

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Before we entered the cave!

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At the entrance to the cave, what a warm welcome. .  .

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Looking in the Cannibal oven, where they used to cook people before they ate them. 🙂

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Our cave companions. They were all American couples on there honeymoons. . .

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Awkward cave poses! 🙂

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Jet boat cave safari! Dear Family, we are going on this! it was so much fun, we got to go on the boat at the end of our tour, just for a quick spin, so much fun!
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Listening intently to Nadroga beat Tailaveu in the rugby! 😀

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Youth Week at church! With the Taletala (priest) and some random guys. . .

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Singing with the choir, you can only just see me in the 2nd row.

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First bible reading. From the book of Acts, Act 9 verse 1 – 16 Saul’s Conversion.

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With Lewa in our white dresses!

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Family photo, minus our ‘brothers’ but I do love this photo, just look at how big Vava’s hands are!

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Class photo, silly of course because is there any other way to do it?!

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After church shenanigans with these lovely girlies!

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Kava and tea after church.

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enjoying the Kava and cake!

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The week after, we were sick, all the kava. . . anyway it was okay we had Asa to look after us!

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And Vereniki, he likes to think he is so cool but really he is just an 11 year old. . .

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We also were visited by our cousins from Lautoka, who had to come down because our Lewa’s Aunt died, the reason they came was sad but it was great to see them!

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And pitch perfect is everyones favourite movie! No joke, they can now quote lines from it! Image

At the Nadroga District athletics carnival!

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Bale and Asinte Qwavu, Qwavu came first in the 50m and is now representing Nadroga next week at Nationals!

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It is so cute, they have to hold hands when going to there point in the relay so they stay in the correct order. I just think it is absolutely adorable!

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Bus trips home are never boring, especially with these guys around!

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Casual Sunday breakfast complete with Lewa Ma and Mere.

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Family. ❤

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Kalesi!

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Polaroids!

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It’s raining, it’s pouring. It rained for about 2 hours that morning and then that afternoon it was so sunny I got sunburnt!

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Our lunch time companions! cutest twins ever! Brianna and Emily!

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Danica and Vasti, one of the kindergarten students, she eats our lunch sometimes. . .

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View from the head masters office ain’t to shabby. . .

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Class 6 studying hard!

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Riya, Nehal and Vasiti under a tree, I don’t know what was going on but they were just sitting there acting all cute so I took a photo.

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Class 5 studying hard!

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Class 3 might be studying. . .

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Class 4 aren’t studying hard. . .

This past weekend it was Diwali here in Fiji and to celebrate Danica and I went to Mango Bay resort with some other Lattitude volunteers. It was a great weekend, very relaxing!

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View from the breakfast table.

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Sunset!

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Sunset!

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Hot Dogs or Legs?

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Danica excited about relaxing. . .

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Beach!

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Classic beach and palm trees shot!

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My hand is not that red, it was a special setting my camera was on, but I was playing with hermet crabs, which was fun, they tickle!

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The clouds were doing cool things.

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Sisterhood of Mango Bay! Hope, Sarah, Heather, Mia, Danica and Kaitlin. ❤

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Danica on the carrier on the way home with all her bags.

Also during the weekend we went snorkeling, I used my underwater camera to take these photos unfortunately they don’t do it justice! It was beautiful and such a good experience.

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Okay so there are a few more photos I wanted to put up but my computer isn’t letting me and I am running out of internet so look forward to those next time.
🙂

Love you all!
Miss you all!
xx

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2 Comments

November 6, 2013 · 5:28 pm

2 responses to “Mango Bay that didn’t have any Mangoes.

  1. Joanne

    Great reading Kaitlin

  2. Phil and Alison Young - Brisbane

    Thanks Kaitlin – really appreciate the photos and comments.

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