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Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa
Ranked #3 of 12 Hotels in Savusavu
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Aliso Viejo, California
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“An Island resort just like the movies”
Reviewed 28 March 2014

Pros:

• Extraordinarily friendly and helpful staff
• Great snorkeling
• Very personal and intimate experience

Cons:

• Moderate mosquito/bug problem
• No true entertainment
• Unpredictable weather (at least in mid-March) can lead to cancellation of scheduled activities (though it did not otherwise interfere with our magnificent experience at the resort)

Bottom line: Highly recommended for a relaxing and intimate getaway, and a few tips can help make the most of the experience.

We stayed at Namale for one week as an early anniversary trip and were thoroughly pleased with our stay. The resort provides an intimate atmosphere (only about 20 rooms and a maximum of about 40 guests at any one time served by a staff of about 150). This leads to an experience that feels very personal: all of the staff greeted us by name and knew our drink and food preferences, there were plenty of opportunities for private dining at various areas of the resort (e.g. near waterfalls and caves or on private decks overlooking the water), and we rarely encountered other guests except on group outings such as tours and snorkeling trips. We also received a personal tour on arrival. Overall, the resort does an excellent job of making each couple feel like special guests.

The staff at Namale are truly exceptional. They are always friendly and eager to help. For example, although the weather conditions were occasionally poor for scheduled snorkeling trips, the dive shop team always went out of their way to find something for us to do, whether it was swimming in lagoon or finding a different snorkeling spot on the other side of the island with better conditions. The food and beverage service were also excellent (though we would occasionally drink down the water faster than they could refill our glasses on particularly warm days). The spa staff is also friendly and the massages, although a bit pricey, were the best that we have ever had, overlooking the water and including a complimentary foot wash and scrub.

We took four snorkeling trips at three different locations while at Namale and saw beautiful sea life and coral every time. The staff also brought bread to feed the fish on two of our trips, which created great photo opportunities and created a cool experience of being surrounded by schools of fish. Note that even if you don’t see snorkeling on the list of scheduled events for the day, there is almost always a snorkeling trip planned (or available), generally sometime between 2:00 and 2:30. We also saw great sea life on the beaches and reefs that surround the property, including lots of crabs, starfish, and sea slugs/worms.

Entertainment was provided nightly at 6:30pm and ranged from traditional dancing to choirs. The performances are from local villagers, which is absolutely awesome, but if you’re looking for professional entertainment, then you should recalibrate your expectations. Also, it appears as though they wait for all of the guests to arrive before starting the entertainment. We were late a few times due to just puttering around the bure, showed up at 7:15 and hadn’t missed the entertainment – so keep that in mind.

One of the most fun and memorable parts of the trip was making a stone on our last day. Each couple gets a blank, wet concrete paver to etch something into and they use that stone in the planters or walkways around the island; it’s a great way to remember your trip and incentivize your return.

Now for a few tips. First, be sure to schedule your “dine outs” early in your stay (or possibly even before you arrive) as they book up quickly. We first spoke to the staff about scheduling some special meals halfway through our stay, at which point only one dinner location was available (on our last evening) and one breakfast location was available (on our second to last day). Our breakfast was ultimately cancelled due to a morning rainstorm, so we only had one meal outside the main dining bure (in a “cave” near the beach), but we know that many couples ate several meals out, including sunrise breakfasts on private decks and romantic dinners near a waterfall. We were also told that we might want to schedule our massages before we arrived as well, but we did not have any trouble setting those up after we arrived.

Also, note that the weather on the island can be somewhat unpredictable (at least in March, when we stayed there), with unexpected rainstorms or strong wind causing interference with scheduled activities (such as our breakfast and a planned snorkeling/dolphin-and-shark-watching excursion). In fact, the weather can vary even at different places on the resort, drizzling on one end, sunny and cloudless in the middle, and raining heavily on the other side (it’s a resort of hundreds of acres). Overall, however, the weather was beautiful for most of our stay – temperatures in the high 80s and fairly humid.

Another thing to keep in mind when considering Namale is the only real problem with the resort (or, perhaps more fairly, with the Fiji area). It did not appear that Namale fogs the resort (likely, because most of their produce is grown fresh on the property). As a result, we suffered quite a few mosquito bites for much of our stay, even though we have generally not had such problems in the past when traveling. The resort does provide complementary insect repellant, which seemed to help some, and mosquito netting in all of the bures.

The bug problem also crept into our bure; there always seemed to be a couple of bugs in the room no matter how careful we were about keeping doors and windows closed. And, after one afternoon enjoying the property, we returned to the less than pleasant surprise of a large black spider in the bure (seriously, it was 3 inches across). Fortunately, the resort also provides complementary insect killer, which we put to good use on the spider.

Also, be aware that the beaches on the resort (and elsewhere on the island) are not quite what you would expect at other island destinations. The beaches in Fiji are generally surrounded by reefs and rocks, with few, if any, areas to walk straight from the sand into the water without reef shoes. This situation does make for awesome reef walks, however, so you can make the most of it.

The Kava Bowl (activity center with bowling, ping pong, air hockey, golf simulator, music, and movies all available) is a bit of a hidden gem, despite being included in the arrival tour. We never saw anyone there (much like the rest of the resort), and we only used it on our final day. We had a great time and probably would have enjoyed using it more throughout our stay.

Finally, be sure to let the staff know if you are interested in any tours, activities, food, or anything else that you don’t see specifically offered. They really go out of their way to satisfy you. However, if you express interest in a specially scheduled activity, don’t be shy about checking in about whether it has been scheduled. In our experience, the staff sometimes forgot to let us know when something that we had expressed interest in had been scheduled, and we ended up missing the activity.

Thank you, Namale, for sharing your family, your culture, and your beautiful resort with us. Without a doubt, we would recommend it to anyone.

  • Stayed March 2014, travelled as a couple
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NamaleResort, Guest Relations Manager at Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa, responded to this review, 2 April 2014
Bula Vinaka and thank you so much for your review.

Love the comparison to a "resort just like the movies". And just like amazing movies, we have a fabulous cast that makes it all happen for an amazing experience. It was a pity that Mother Nature decided to play havoc with the weather. Thank you so much for your feedback on bugs. It is feedback such as this that helps us to review how we do things and you'll be happy to hear that this problem has already been tackled at multiple levels over and above our very early morning fogging. Thank you once again for choosing Namale. We appreciate you spending time with us.

Vinaka Vakalevu
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Reviewed 24 March 2014

I have been reading previous reviews on this resort since I booked our vacation in August. I have just returned home this morning. If you have read the previous reviews, than you know what you can expect from this amazing resort. If there is one thing that makes Namale special, it has to be the warm and friendly staff. They make you feel important and special. Believe me, when you return home, you are going to miss the attention they shower on you.

The reception staff, Epo, Kaliti, and Mere, to name a few, always made sure you were well taken care of.

The food/drinks were amazing. I encourage you to make special requests from the chef. We did and we were not disappointed. You usually had your request by dinner that same night or the next day. Chef Joe told us, his staff enjoys being challenged. Sam, Holena and Siti (bartenders) really made great drinks and made sure my husband's glass was always full without him asking.

Bula kart drivers, Vili, Tiko and Wes, were never very far away and ready to pick you up.

If you can afford to upgrade to an Oceanview or Villa, it is well worth it. Although, it really doesn't matter because all guests are treated equally.

Activities staff were always ready to help plan your day.

The resort provides insect repellent, use it. The mosquito's can be brutal. Do not over pack. They provide laundry service in the rate and you have your clothes back the next day.

I have to say in closing, that Namale has set the bar very high for future travel for my husband and I.

Vinaka to the Namale staff for making our vacation/anniversary very special.

Room Tip: Oceanview or Villa are amazing and all different. They are larger than the Garden Bure.
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  • Stayed March 2014, travelled as a couple
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NamaleResort, Guest Relations Manager at Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa, responded to this review, 27 March 2014
Bula Vinaka and thank you for your review.

We were delighted to read your review and thank you for taking the time out to share your feedback with the world. The ability to look after our guests truly well comes from not only the love of our jobs but the desire to ensure that every one of our guests has experiences and memories of a life time. We understand that for some guests, their time at Namale may be the only time that they have get to visit us. We strive to make sure that each and every one of our guests falls in love with Namale and our family. Thank you for choosing Namale - we appreciate it very much.

Vinaka Vakalevu,
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Reviewed 20 March 2014

For most people staying at the Namale will be once only but it's not just a holiday - it's an unforgettable experience from start to finish. The numerous staff are very friendly and cater to your every need or whim - nothing is too much for them but in a down-to-earth homely manner so you feel totally relaxed all the time.
Guests can eat when and where they like, we even ordered champagne in the outdoor hottub one day. The mini bar is always fully stocked and room service available for snacks though the vast number of breakfast, lunch and dinner courses means you never really do feel hungry.
The spa is awesome and we hired sole use of the spa including massage and aqua rooms one evening which was very special.
Each bure/villa is privately accessed with spacious luxurious accommodation. The daily laundry service was very useful also. The cleaning staff always waited for a convenient time to call and never disturbed us. In fact one day as we left our bure and looked back, the cleaning staff seemed to appear from the bushes to set about business cleaning for us.
If you want to make one amazing trip of a lifetime where you will pampered and treated like royalty then this is the resort for you.

  • Stayed September 2013, travelled as a couple
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NamaleResort, Guest Relations Manager at Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa, responded to this review, 23 March 2014
Bula Vinaka and thank you review.

We appreciate the time that you've taken to put this review together. We thank you for noticing that everyone is indeed treated like a VIP. This is part of the Namale ethos and something that all guests can expect when staying with us.

Vinaka Vakalevu,

Hudson Mitchell
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Reviewed 26 February 2014

… and that’s no exaggeration. Reading the last few reviews, I think we were members of a large group that consider this one of the top destinations in the world. Where to begin… from arrival to departure, this is an amazing resort.

If you’ve never been to Fiji, the setting is everything you wish Hawaii would be: a lush, tropical paradise without the crowds. The Fijians are truly the warmest, most welcoming people I’ve met (I’ll never forget the random customs guy at the X-ray machine at the airport in Nadi shaking my hand saying Bula, welcome to Fiji!).

I could write a novel about Namale, but suffice it to say that the setting, food, accommodations, adventures, drinks, and most of all the people, are everything you could ever ask for on a honeymoon or romantic getaway. If you’re not happy here, then you’re not capable of being happy! Our highlights: lunch (and a swim) at the waterfall, our amazing oceanfront room, Siti’s killer drinks, kayaking and paddleboarding (ask for directions to the “river” or find it yourself), and the evening cultural experiences. Don’t be afraid of kava, just clap once and go for it! We opted to stay local and declined the excursions into town, just because the resort is so amazing that we didn’t want to leave. Seriously, if you’re lucky enough to have heard of this place and are considering it for a honeymoon or whatever, look no further, you’ve found what you’re looking for.

A bit of advice if you go: trust me, you’ll want to say thank you to each and every staff member you meet at Namale for their amazing hospitality. We’d heard a suggestion to bring bags of candy (Halloween style) as a small gift, as it’s difficult to obtain here and the kids love it. We brought some but wished we’d filled our suitcases! We had also heard that medical supplies are appreciated in the villages.

A huge thanks to all of the Namale staff for making this place what it is. We can’t wait to get back, even if it might be a few years. Vinaka!

  • Stayed February 2014, travelled as a couple
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NamaleResort, Guest Relations Manager at Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa, responded to this review, 23 March 2014
Bula Vinaka and thank you for your review.

We love that your Namale experience was a trip of a lifetime! The whole Namale family work together to make sure that all of your senses are greatly stimulated to ensure a memorable and enjoyable time. Thank you for traveling to Namale. We truly appreciate it.

Vinaka Vakalevu,

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Reviewed 3 February 2014

OVERVIEW
The Namale Resort in Savusavu, Fiji is one of those resorts that will forever change the way you think about your hotel stay. When you first arrive to the tiny Savusavu airport, you are greeted by a friendly Namale staffer who takes you by air conditioned van to Namale. Before you enter the resort, you pass through humongous iron gates reminiscent of "Jurassic Park." As you make your way up to the registration area and pass through beautiful stretches of greenery, fruit trees and more, you know you're in for a treat. When you arrive to reception and the van doors is opened, you hear the sounds of Namale staff welcoming you with a traditional Fijian song. When you exit the van, you are taken inside and met with a cold fresh fruit beverage as you learn about the resort and your upcoming stay. There are only a dozen or so rooms on property so it never really seems too crowded and since it is so small, it's actually a nice way to make friends with some of the other couples who are there. Additionally, because of how intimate it is, the staff all learn your name and greet you every time you walk by, or do an activity, or eat a meal.

OUR ROOM
We stayed in the Susana burre, which is normally the closest to reception and the dining area (both of which were closed while we were there for remodeling so we dined at the farther restaurant and they turned the conference center into reception). When you get to your room, they have a sign on the door with your names that you can take home as a keepsake. Our burre was amazing and provided beautiful views from the the balcony as well as a mini plunge pool. Susana is one of the "honeymoon" burres and is quite spacious. When you enter, you're immediately in the "bedroom" with a lounge area attached that has a lovely bridge leading to the deck and the plunge pool. Past the lounge area there's a hallway with the closet and then the bathroom. The toilet and main part of the bathroom are separate. The only issue we had with our room is that we could never get the shower to work properly. It was either too hot or too cold. We had maintenance try and fix it, but to know avail. This is due to their "green" technology in the burres. We often ended up using the facilities in the spa, which was fine because we ended our days there relaxing in the hydrotherarpy tubs which are free of charge (See Spa Review).

THE PROPERTY
The property itself is about 500 acres and by no means did we see it all while we were there. They offer you a tour of the property and I highly recommend that you take this while you are there. You will get a better lay of the property and learn about all the things you can do such as activities like scuba diving and snorkeling (see review), dolphin encounter (see review), salt river jump (see review), horseback riding, paddleboarding, wakeboarding and more. They also have a game room on site that has a bowling alley, pool table, and more entertainment included. We didn't spend much time in here.

One of the best things they offer is a high to the Namale Waterfall. See more on that in my review.

The resort is 500 acres in total and has many luxury amenities so you never really need to leave the property. However, if you have the chance, there are several things you can do off property that I recommend doing. Do a town visit and if you can, go in on Saturday for the farmers market. On Sunday, you can attend a traditional Fijian church service. We did not do this, but I hear it's quite inspiration. They also offer visits to see a traditional village. Note that both men and women need to have no skin exposed when visiting so proper attire is required.

THE FOOD
Namale is all inclusive so you never have to worry about what you are going to eat or drink. They keep your fridge in your room stocked with plenty of beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic and have plenty of Fiji water on hand. Meals include breakfast, lunch and dinner, which have set times, but you can order at the restaurant or in your room almost any time of day. I would give the food 4 out of 5 stars. The breakfast menu never changed so by day 3 or 4 I was looking to have something different. Lunch and dinner always offered new options (specials) and were quite good. The one thing I would have like was the opportunity to have more traditional Fijian food as the food was quite typical of what you would see on an American resort menu - steak, seafood, chicken, pasta, etc.

THE BEACH
If you're looking for white sandy beaches, rock-free and clear blue ocean waters, then this is not the place. Because this island is made from volcano, this island's geography and shore is made up of lava rocks. The resort beaches are very small and rocky, so reef shoes are a must if you're walking around, especially if you plan to go in the ocean. There is really no place for you to wade or swim in the water here. It's better to head to the dive shop and have the boat take you out to a safe place to snorkel.

OVERALL
Overall, my husband and I had a wonderful stay. If you're looking for a place that will treat you like royalty, this is it. Keep in mind this is a wonderful all-inclusive, but is more nature/green/lush tropical than say Bora Bora, which offers more of the beach experience.

  • Stayed May 2013, travelled as a couple
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NamaleManager, General Manager at Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa, responded to this review, 4 December 2015
Thank you so much for sharing your Namale Experience here on Trip Advisor. We are especially grateful considering how much time and effort you put into posting such an extensive review. We hope readers here on Trip Avisor find it helpful.

Vinaka Vakalevu

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Reviewed 27 January 2014

As much of a cliche as it might be, Namale is an experience that cannot be put across in simple words. The location makes you feel like you are in paradise while the staff makes you feel like you are at home. Its a wonderful combination and by the end of our 5 days there, we felt as if we were leaving some place we had lived all our lives.

Each bure is different, which makes it especially difficult to decide which one you want to stay at! We took the easier (if somewhat greedy) route of shifting to a second bure during our stay. A third one seemed like it would be a bit too much!

The private waterfall picnic alone makes it worth flying half way around the world to get to this place. It is an experience like no other.

And the spa is also an experience in itself. You can see that someone put in a lot of heart and passion in building and maintaining this place.

To be honest, when I made the bookings for our honeymoon, I was a bit worried about how the actual experience would be. Not so much that I would not like it, but because it cost a good amount of money. By the time we were leaving, I felt even if they charged twice as much, it would still be worth every dollar (not that they should start charging more now!)

One thing you MUST keep in mind, this is a resort in the heart of nature. If you are mortally afraid of bugs, you may want to give this place a miss. However, I don't think it was too big a deal but worth pointing out.

Room Tip: Splurge a little and get the villa. Its the only thing that I can say we missed out on. Otherwise ea...
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  • Stayed February 2013, travelled as a couple
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NamaleResort, Guest Relations Manager at Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa, responded to this review, 29 January 2014
Dear VintageSharma (love the name),

Bula Vinaka and thank you for your review.

As a family, we thank you so much for taking the time to write up this wonderful review on your stay at Namale. We love that you found value in our resort and the experience that we offer. We trust that you will cherish this experience for years to come. Feel free to reach out to us on Facebook and post some of you pictures and leave a shout out to our staff.

Vinaka Vakalevu
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Reviewed 19 January 2014

I write reviews when I travel but I have waited almost 3 months to write this review as I know it will be hard to find the words to describe the absolutely best travel experience of my life. My husband and I saw this resort on Oprah's greatest things 2011 show and we knew this was where we wanted to honeymoon after our 25th vow renewal. I actually have tears of joy writing this remembering all the staff and the warmth and love we felt from them. They are truly amazing people. If I had to write one negative thing it would be that the private pool in our nanise room was too cold to go into in October. The room, food, beverages and activities were amazing. Loved going to the Kava Bowl and having a party with a great group of people we met there. The champagne flowed thanks to being able to just pick up a house phone and order it. We made some new friends there that I am sure we will keep in touch with over the years. I just wish I had the contact information for Brenda and William who were guest sent by Oprah. Hint hint if you can help me with that.
There really are no words except book it. This is not a place to take a casual girl friend but the love of your life. If you are looking for the ultimate luxury stay Namale will surpass your wildest dreams.
Any questions feel free to message me.

Room Tip: Nanise is a romantic honeymoon sweet and you will love the sarongs and bath products provided.
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  • Stayed October 2013, travelled as a couple
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NamaleResort, Guest Relations Manager at Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa, responded to this review, 21 January 2014
Bula Vinaka and thank you so much for your review.

It always brings a smile to our face to hear from our guests. We feel so privileged to look after guests as in this day and age, we are all spoilt for options. The fact that you choose Namale means a lot to us. Thank you for allowing us to share our customs, our traditions and our love with you both.

Vinaka Vakalevu
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PS - email Hudson@namaleresort.com for the address that you need :)
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Property: Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa
Address: Hibiscus Highway, Savusavu, Vanua Levu, Fiji
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Region: Fiji > Vanua Levu > Savusavu
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#1 Romantic Hotel in Savusavu
#1 Luxury Hotel in Savusavu
#2 Spa Hotel in Savusavu
#3 On the Beach Hotel in Savusavu
#4 Family Hotel in Savusavu
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): ££££
Hotel Class:5 star — Namale the Fiji Islands Resort & Spa 5*
Number of rooms: 19
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Situated at the edge of the Koro Sea on volcanic uplifts is the luxuriously all-inclusive boutique Namale Resort & Spa. Located 10 minutes outside of Savusavu Town on the northern fringes of the Fiji Islands, paradise is within your reach. Namale is nestled among 525 acres of lush tropical flora and offers an authentically Fijian experience to its guests. Namale’s 19 units of luxurious accommodation feature traditional Fijian architecture with modern influences and are each unique unto themselves. Dining is never a dull experience at Namale with its many private dining decks and outdoor locales including the base of Namale’s privately owned waterfall. Namale houses a one-of-a-kind indoor entertainment centre and a fully-equipped fitness centre which are complimentary for guests’ use. Namale also offers an array of activities for guests to enjoy including horseback riding, kayaking, snorkeling, knee-boarding, nature excursions, Fijian village visits and so much more! Guests are also able to access two world-renowned diving sites; the Namena Reserve and Somosomo Strait. The jewel of Namale is its award-winning Spa & Sanctuary. Noted as the "#1 Spa in Fiji" by Luxury Spa Finder Magazine, the Spa features a hydrotherapy room housing 7 different treatment pools including aromatherapy tubs, a waterfall massage pool, hot tub and plunge pool. The hydrotherapy room has ceiling to floor glass walls that take in breathtaking views of the Koro Sea and Pacific Ocean beyond. All bures feature cordless intercom phones, spacious clothing & luggage storage, mini-safes, souvenir Namale sarongs, fully stocked mini-bars, tea and coffee making facilities, Pure Fiji amenities, hairdryers, mini hi-fi players with I-Pod docking, iron/ironing board, complimentary wi-fi internet access and full air-conditioning. “Namale was a place for us like no other. My wife, daughter and I will treasure (our stay here) for the rest of our lives. The staff, the resort, and the breezes at night are unique and very special”- Ken Nolan, Motion Picture Screenwriter – Blackhawk Down*Namale Resort & Spa does not hold a minimum night stay policy and is able to accommodate children 12 years of age and above. ... more   less 
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Also Known As:
Namale The Fiji Islands Hotel Savusavu
Namale The Fiji Islands Resort And Spa
Namale Hotel Savusavu
Namale The Fiji Islands Resort & Spa Savusavu

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