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Guests are encouraged to learn about sustainability by planting their own coral in the island’s coral garden and catching their own dinner as part of the Dock to Dish initiative.

I have discovered a new state of being. It sits somewhere between deep relaxation and full catatonia. I’ve decided to call it obscene relaxation. It’s a state I enter repeatedly during my time on Kokomo Private Island, a resort found 45 minutes’ flight south-east of Nadi. Even thinking about it now slows my breathing and warms my skin, a phantom sun beaming down.

I first enter this curious state while swinging in my oceanfront hammock, strung between two perfectly angled coconut trees, as a light sea breeze gently rocks me like an infant. It strikes again as I float in

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