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23 Mar 2008
Matava - Kadavu Enchants a World-Weary Fisherman
By Bill Boyce
ANYONE WHO TRAVELS THE WORLD IN SEARCH OF FINE
fishing locations eventually has what I like to call,'The Century 21 Moment.' You finally find one of those places that you barely dreamed could exist: one full of insane adventures, gorgeous blue water and friendly locals eager to share their little slice of heaven. When you leave, you vow to return as soon as you can possibly make the trip.
But when you do make that much-anticipated pilgrimage back to paradise, the first thing you see as your vehicle leaves the airport is a gold, Century 21 sign. That's the moment you know that your paradise is lost.
Marlin Magazine Nov 2007, Fiji Article
You know the scenario; we fishy types in our baggy shorts and tournament T-shirts are soon outnumbered by the dreaded “shirt and tie on the beach' look. Or worse yet, the large, pale fellow clad in Bermuda shorts, white socks, black polished wing tips and a big, obnoxious woven hat with MEXICO stitched across the front. All of these telltale signs scream out that your 'secret is a little less secret and to be the hottest new time-share destination”.
Thankfully for those of us who like to get off the beaten a bit, you can still find places on earth that haven't"
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