Savusavu Hot Springs Hotel
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We headed out and walked along the shore out of town this morning. We passed a really nice looking B&B, that we didn't see online . . . . . it's less than half the price of the place we are staying at . . . so we popped in and took a look . . . . we think we are going to stay there when we return from the next island. The walk along the shore …
What a day? Maybe my fave day in Fiji so far. We got up at 6am and took a taxi at 7am to Suva airport, which is actually about 30 minutes outside Suva, Suva is actually quite big (by Fijian standards) . . but we haven't heard very many good things about the city so far. The taxi ride took us past lots of cute school children on their way to school …
From Nadi I travelled to Fiji's capital Suva in order to catch a ferry to an island about 140km north called Taveuni. The ferry trip took 21 hours & didn't have any beds. The boat rocked a lot but getting to Taveuni was worth it. On the first full day there I went to a natural water slide. This was really fun if not a little bumpy. The next day I went to a couple of waterfalls which again provided entertainment jumping ...
... Finally, on a serious note, we had our first medical emergency today in Savusavu. We stopped for a break at a restaurant in town today and the kids had chocolate chip ice cream. Katie's brain dead father did not ask about nuts because it was chocolate chip ice cream. It turns out that the ice cream also had walnuts in it. Katelyn reacted to the nuts very quickly and we had to use an epi pen for the first time. Kate was rushed to the ...
... Pacific. In the 1850's it was renowned as a lawless “wild
west” outpost of drunken sailors; then the cane planters arrived in
the 1870's bringing the population up to 3,000, and order was
established. The town was the seat to the first national government
in Fiji in 1871, organized by a Fijian chief, then it was ceded to
the British to become a colony 5 years later. By the 1880's, the head
of government was moved to ...