Breakfast was huge this morning, so I packed it all in! Feeling a little tired but have a clear head since today is the final excursion of my package - a day sailing around the Mamanuca islands on 'Seaspray'. Didn't fancy doing that with a fuzzy head so didn't overdo the liquid refreshments last night. 5 of us on the same package went and we've all gotten to know each other pretty well so it was a great day. The sailing vessel wasn't packed when we boarded it so that was nice too. We began our trip sailing around Mana island (where the reality show survivor was filmed), and onwards to Modriki island where the Tom Hanks film 'Castaway' was filmed. We had unlimited food and drinks for the day which was awesome. When we arrived at Modriki, which is actually quite a small uninhabited island, we had an hour to snorkel and explore. The snorkelling was pretty good and I saw some angelfish which I got pretty excited about. After exploring the beaches and taking lots of photos we boarded Seaspray again for a massive BBQ lunch, where I tried swordfish for the first time and liked it. It's amazing how much fish I've eaten on this trip, and I wouldn't touch it before! After the mammoth lunch we sailed to another island to visit a village. We had some kava with a ceremony and I purchased some Fijian made jewellery from the village shell market. On our way back to Mana island for our catamaran transfer to Port Denarau on the mainland, we were serenaded by the Fijian crew with guitars and ukalales. It was a great experience. When we got back to the mainland, I said goodbye to Tatiana and Tomas, and made arrangements with Nathaniel and Sophie to meet for dinner tomorrow night. I got a cab to my hotel and then was transported to a world of luxury. Having never stayed in a 5 star hotel before, this was a real treat. The reception was decked out in luxurious wood with beautiful mood lighting. After I'd checked in, the porter carried my bags to my room, which although was a long walk from the main body of the hotel, had an amazing uninterrupted sea view with well kept gardens in the foreground. The room was big with a sofa bed, a king bed, TV, ensuite, walk in wardrobe, fridge with mini bar and balcony. It was bliss. The furniture was authentic Fijian. After a wonderful hot shower (as they were cold on the islands), I strolled down to the port and had a fresh tuna pizza. Back at the Sofitel, my head had barely hit the pillow before I was fast fast asleep.