I've read External_links#What_not_to_link_to what not to link to but I think Awesome/Yasawa Flyer is an exception. They really are the canonical resource for the Yasawa islands -- basically the public transport agency for that area. It would be like not linking to the train or bus company for a major city. They do provide holiday tours and packages, but this is not being emphasized in this article. The emphasis is on their role as the primary provider of trustworthy transport and bookings for the independant resorts on the Yasawa islands. This is very much like the Amtrak example under 'Links within the article text'
- I think it's OK, and I'd like to thank you for all the work you've put into this article. However, that huge table of resorts isn't really the way we like to organize info around here -- it really should be reformatted to use the standard 'bullet point' Wikitravel:Accommodation listings. Jpatokal 23:21, 29 September 2006 (EDT)
 "Bounty" Island
Does anyone know the proper name for Bounty Island? Butwhatdoiknow 22:45, 22 January 2009 (EST)