FIJI: Exploring abandoned ghost ship

SUBSCRIBE ► - Let's visit the beautiful Fijian Islands in the South Pacific oceans and let's go to the largest of the islands, Viti Levu. Just west of the Nadi International Airport, is the wonderful Wailoaloa Beach and here we will find abandoned a small cargo ship (name: Bailey D) that was beached on Wailoaloa after a huge tropical storm (Harold) hit Viti Levu on April 8, 2020. We will explore this abandoned ship and look around..
Although Wailoaloa Beach (just west of the city of Nadi) has neither gleaming white sands nor an aquamarine lagoon, it does have a tranquil ocean outlook and stunning views towards the mountains, and makes an excellent spot for a beach stroll; it’s a reasonably tranquil place to spend a couple of nights recovering from a long flight and planning onward travel, but there nothing to keep you here longer.
The picturesque beachfront stretches for 3km in the heart of Nadi Bay but has surprisingly little development. Backpacker hostels and budget apartments congregate around Wasawasa Road in Newtown and here you can enjoy a quiet beer, grab a meal or watch Polynesian dancing at weekends. The sea is good for swimming, although the murky lagoon is rather off-putting, blackened from the surrounding muddy mangrove estuaries.

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