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Travel Blogs from Nadi
After 1 Mega-journey:
- Guatemala City - Houston
- Houston to LAX
- 8h in LAX
- LAX - Fiji
a lot of sleep deprivation, and well over 24h of travel
..and we missed the 1st May!
Talk about what struck us was the ethnicities, indians outnumber fijians now! And …
... chief, he told us about the time he met Prince Charles and Tom Hanks and then we bought some souvenirs and headed back to the boat for another quick swim to cool off and then back to the port.
Got back to the main land about 6 last night and got to the hostel around 7 where it seems that almost everyone I've met over the last week on the islands has descended on at the same time. So after my first warm shower in over a week, I had ...
... through her in London, January 2012, then again in Switzerland that March, I knew this was the start of an interesting journey. However I had no idea at all that two years later that we would be sitting in a restaurant in the largest city in the Pacific reminiscing the past 14months on the road together. What a trip.
And Taveuni was no disappointment either. Lusciously green, beautiful reefs and wonderful people- Everything we have come to expect from Fiji. ...
... The staff then put on a show of lots of Fijian dancing and a fire show! A few of us then put in a few dollars to try the traditional Fijian drink Kava... It's some kind of plant that grows here all ground up and put into an old sheet and then placed into water... kinda like a tea bag... The result is a dirty mud coloured liquid, that you drink out of coconut shells. You go round in a circle and have to down the coconut shell full of kava.. It tastes absolutely vile, ...
We have just had two weeks of complete relaxation on the Fiji beaches. This has felt like a holiday from a very long holiday! We started with an island hopping trip, spending 2 nights at 4 different islands in backpacker resorts. Our first stop was Beachccomber, a tiny tropical paradise in the Mamanuca group of islands, a short ferry journey from Nadi, off the West coast of the mainland. The island was about 200m long and 100m wide with a white sand beach, ...