Nadi Holiday Inn
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... nights are right on the beach of the mainland in Nadi which held some nice views, but isn't the white sand and turquoise sea you would imagine, although we had already expected this from the mainland. It's the islands to the north west which we hear are the paradise beaches. The following day was dedicated to planning island hopping. After a bit of research and speaking to the friendly travel agent based at the hotel we booked the rest of our Fiji stay on 3 ...
... Joe) whose mother worked at the resort bar – so he was plied with free drinks and food all afternoon.
Zach, Jamie and Alex participated in the Fijian Language course in the afternoon which they seemed to enjoy.
Malani and I still lazing about on our Banana Lounges – trying not to get too burnt by the tropical sun, with the occasional dip in the pool to cool down.
By 1600 hours it was ...
... into the shoreline as walkers take advantage of the mild weather for their early morning sabbatical along the sand.
Nadi was hot and its usual melting pot of taxi touts, people wanting us to visit their shop that belongs to the villages and the usual overpriced goods and services. Patel’s Supermarket seems ok, their choice for vegetables and meat is rather poor however, but so are all the supermarkets in Nadi - this jus tmakes shopping more challenging ...
... and two very hot chaps alongside Semi. To be honest I watched stickmen in the distance with no real clue as to who was who. Nevertheless I was there... at Cloudbreak... so I had to get the T-shirt.
After Cloudbreak came Cloudnine. Cloudnine is a famous pontoon bar. Previously it was anchored next to Cloudbreak so you could watch the action with a cocktail in hand but due to a payment dispute with the Chief that owns the reef where Cloudnine was ...
Jack was on dishes tonight and sorted the kitchen out – good boy Jack.
We viewed the photos that I had taken so far on the apartment TV as it has a USB connection which is good – as I brought my terabyte black box which holds heaps of movies.
After the photos viewing we watched the rest of the Star Wars and about half of Al Pacino’s Scarface – then it was time for bed.
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