Capricorn Fiji Hotel
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Rooms are clean and tidy. The hotel staff are very friendly locals and are always willing to help. Lovely pool are bar surrounded by beautiful palms and gardens. Supermarket, chemist etc next door. Minutes from the airport and reasonable price. Absolutely loved my stay! :)
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It was a short 7 minute taxi ride from the airport to my hotel. For a school group it would be a good idea to look at hiring a mini bus for transport to and from the airport and around Fiji. It would be a lot more cost effective. My first impression of Fiji was how amazing the scenery was.
Capricorn International Hotel is set amongst the …
... making it a weird day. After lunch, the wind picked up even more, so even just lying on the hammock was proving impossible seeing as we were both getting covered with sand - which actually really hurt! But I'm sure the weather will be different tomorrow, and besides a few clouds, we've had pretty good weather so far. Anyway - lunch! Another fantastic meal! There was a choice of FOURTEEN dishes ... FOURTEEN! And they all sounded amazing as well! There was a choice between ...
... break, in which I ordered some fresh young coconuts, before another half hour of work. This style of work continued back at the room with some green tea. We left the hotel by bus and went to the supermarket to get bottled water and snacks for the islands. We purchased a six pack of water as we had heard bottled water was really expensive on the islands, and not all have safe drinking water. I also bought ...
... the flight. This evening we enjoyed a beer and had dinner at the hostel, which is more like a hotel because they have a restaurant with waiters and waitresses and also there are lots of families here and and couples on honeymoon. As the sun set they had a fire show on where locals did some of their dances and performed some tricks with fire. We went back to our room at 8:30pm to get some sleep because jet lag is starting to catch up with ...
... and was taken to the ferry terminal to catch a ride to our first island stay, Waya Lailai. After 2hours at sea we arrived near the island. We had to leave the large ferry boat and get onto a tiny motor boat which came from the island. The water was quite choppy and some of the waves were higher than the boat. As we pulled up to the island, you could see one of the villages through the trees on the beach front. Most of the houses were made out ...