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I stayed with 3 other friends on the island at the end of a 5 month backpacking trip around Asia and New Zealand. We stayed on the Island for 2 weeks and had an absolutely wonderful stay. The staff went beyond the call of duty...More
We stayed for 5 days and loved it. Don't come if you are looking for luxury. The bures are made using traditional materials and are either on or very near the beach. The toilet / showering facilities are shared (but clean and nice). The watersports...More
taking a small boat from the resort at Bau landing for a 45 min of sunset was already a wonderful start. Arriving at the peer the water was so clear that we already saw beautiful fishes. The family bure on the beach was simple but...More
I don't know about leaving a review for Leleuvia as I want it to stay small and beautiful and a secret for a few, but...
My partner's 50th birthday wish was to be somewhere warm and beautiful. I had been to Caqualai (the neighbouring island)...More
Oh my goodness! This was beyond expectations! If you are looking for deluxe accommodations this is not for you. We were three in our bure which is basically a comfy little hut with one big bed, one single and a bunk bed. We were facing...More
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The Saturday night meal is called Lovo and is a barbecue of chicken, pork and vegetables that are buried in foil and cooked in coals in the ground. Yummy. It was accompanied by salads. The breakfasts are buffet style and... More
The Saturday night meal is called Lovo and is a barbecue of chicken, pork and vegetables that are buried in foil and cooked in coals in the ground. Yummy. It was accompanied by salads. The breakfasts are buffet style and consist of several types of cereals, hot oatmeal, breads and fruits. Also included are tea, coffee, and juice. Eggs and omelettes are available for a charge. The lunch is served to you and are generally BBQ or wraps with a side dish. The dinners when not Lovo are served to you and are an entree with one or two side dishes and usually begin with a very tasty soup. Most of the dinners when I visited were fish as entree. Although I'm not a big fish eater, it was some of the best fish dinners I have ever eaten. The chef really knows his stuff. Dessert is not included with any of the meals but ice cream, cheesecake or cake is available anytime for a charge. There is a full bar so drinks are available for purchase anytime. The nice thing is upon checking in to Leleuvia, your host will ask you if you have any food allergies or anything you just don't like to eat and they try very hard to accommodate. I'm not vegetarian or vegan but I know there were some sides and salads that were probably meat free. All in all, the meals were quite satisfying and delicious.
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