Capricorn Apartment Hotel

Address: 7 St. Fort Street, Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 7 St. Fort Street, Suva.
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      Suva

      A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Nov 05, 2014

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      We have gotten our snorkeling fix and now it's time to get a little bit of Fijian culture. Rox did a little research and found out what tour company the ship uses and booked directly with them. The result.... a much smaller group for a lot less $. We are picked up at the ship and walked around a huge fruit and vegetable market by the dock with vendors selling staples such a taro, jack fruit and ...

      Visiting Naililili Village, Fiji

      A travel blog entry by bruce_n_ros on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... some kava – just a 'low tide’ sample. We were the only Kiwis on the bus so got some good natured ribbing…. After the ceremony the bus took us to the nearby Nasali landing at the Rewa Delta where we boarded longboats (4 people to a boat) to go about 5 mins down the river to the local church and school. The church was built by the early Catholic Missionaries in the early 1800’s and is built of coral and limestone. It was a large building capable ...

      Feejee Experience Day 2

      A travel blog entry by kvd1984 on May 31, 2014

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      ... the waterfalls down but the rocks are slippery so I decide on the safest option and take the way I came up back down. About half way down at the middle tier the guide beckons we over to walk the rest of the way down the waterfalls I take my trainers off which he carried and walk in my socks for better grip on the rocks. I'm glad I did it, it was so much fun and when I reach the bottom I did one big leap in to the pool and swam across to our stuff. The trek back was much easier it ...

      The Fijian Experience

      A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on May 15, 2014

      18 photos

      ... all our limbs attached. For a Fijian who ranted about tradition...she was the one living a luxury lifestyle in a state of the art, air conditioned apartment over looking the complex with a millionaire foreigner over half a decade older than she was...I'll let you decide how traditional she was. Our next day was a busy one with a trek up a waterfall planned. We jumped in some 4x4's and headed into the jungle. After a beautiful trek up into the mountain we came to a beautiful set ...

      The day in Suva

      A travel blog entry by andrewdavies on Apr 25, 2014

      16 photos

      ... knacks, then made a quick detour to avoid other traders. Back on the safety of the ship, we checked our purchases, and concluded we wouldn't go down in the annals of history as bargain hunters extraordinaire, but at least we did have something to show for it. I checked to make sure that I hadn't been fleeced out of my underwear. We toyed with the idea of getting back on the horse, and going out for a walk - without any money or cards whatsoever. Maybe. We'll think ...