Beqa Lagoon Resort
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Arrived quite early in the port of Suva and wandered around a pretty deserted town as it was Election Day and a public holiday and most shops and bars were closed. We had a excursion booked to a traditional Fijian village call Sawani which was a 45 minute drive into the interior of the island. Bula is the word that just about everybody greets you with and they shout it at the bus as we are going up the road. When we got to ...
... the men. Others pass but Emma partakes. And apparently it tastes like dam water... With a mild warming sensation in the throat. It has a marked effect on tonight's singing though! Staff who have been on since the morning shift are still here, all sitting cross-legged and singing in glorious harmonies. It all makes our last dinner super-special. And because it's a slow photo day, there are a few foodie shots today ...
... insides out and then use sandpaper to finish the process. Afterwards we went for a quick snorkel. I finally was able to dive down underwater, and was really proud of myself. The snorkelling just outside our door has been so beautiful... Soon it was time for dinner, then a kava ceremony to finish our night up. Becky is excited she's now seen the process all the way through from plant, to pounding, bowl making to ceremony. Our ...
... the lovo - our dinner tonight. I have been waiting for this night all week! I'm so intrigued by the lovo, where the food (pork, chicken and fish) is wrapped in vine leaf parcels and cooked underground by hot stones. And we were not disappointed! The meat was lovely and tender, cooked to perfection. It was served buffet style with heaps of salads and rice as sides. I just had the chicken and pork and Becky had all three. Everyone ...
... we all sat around, listening intently. We are loving learning about this beautiful country and it's culture and history. After the bonfire, it was time for dinner and then tonight's activities, the international hermit crab and frog races! Before the fun got underway, each nation represented had to sing their national anthem. We had Australia, New Zealand, Germany, England, Switzerland, New Caledonia and Fiji, and while we were lucky to have a ...