Capricorn Fiji Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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 …
... won a coconut and singing the national anthem and swing low sweet chariot), and having a massage (because we just felt sooooo stressed;p)!
Checked out and got the speed boat back to the mainland and got a taxi to the airport. Had a couple of hours wait and then boarded our flight to Melbourne:) Flight was ~6hours. Arrived in Melbourne ~10pm and got a taxi to Rose Street, Fitzroy (my friend Tasha's house) where we stayed until we found somewhere of our own ...
Day 152 There was a massive selection of fresh fruit waiting for us at the breakfast table when we emerged from our room this morning. It was a delicious way to start the day. A very amiable German man came through to the kitchen/diner/lounge area and struck up a conversation. He gave us a few tips about what to expect in New Zealand, as he and his partner have just finished camper-vanning around there for a few weeks. Whilst we were packing up to go, we came across ...
... renege on their agreement to bring Ordo to the airport (probably taking full advantage of his inebriation to slip away), and, in turn, the great man himself. Upon seeing us, Ordo, who is evidently a Fijian expat, told us excitedly in elaborate detail about how much alcohol Fiji Airways will allow you to drink on the plane - apparently, they are more than happy to bring you double the amount of drinks than most other airlines. Funnily enough, while this filled Ordo ...
... Fijians that were 10km away; we just needed to drive over "the next hill"; and finally a kind man told us that if we followed the single lane, rock and clay road over the mountain and down again that we should arrive by sunset. This last kind gentleman was the closest! We arrived in pitch black, missing our village at around 8:30pm. Sophia stayed up and waited for our arrival and we were greeted by her and 2 of ...