Cathay Hotel

Address: Tavewa Ave, Lautoka, Viti Levu, Fiji | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tavewa Ave, Lautoka, is near Koroyanitu National Heritage Park.
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Travel Blogs from Lautoka

Traditional Lovo and back to Nadi

A travel blog entry by kylaandjared on Feb 05, 2015

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... up muddy winding roads to the village. The people were so fantastic and welcoming. The kids had all made us some flower necklaces and presented them to us when we sat down. We all sat cross legged for the kava ceremony and drank kava till our lips were numb. We exchanged emails with Pio as he was very interested in looking into working in Canada. With heavy hearts we all packed up to leave on Thursday. Taveuni is ...

Volunteering for a good cause

A travel blog entry by caitlin03 on Dec 11, 2014

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... and are the most friendly people I have ever met.

I had an amazing day and left feeling so privileged to have had the chance to volunteer for such wonderful people. Volunteering through Projects Abroad will be worthwhile for a school group as they will get the chance to experience the way other cultures live and how different their life is compared to their own.PHOTO_ID_R=volunteers-at-the-kinder garten-school.jpg]



A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Nov 06, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... start to head back to the ship. One of the girls with us is a dancer on the ship, and has a rehearsal at 3. After a half hour very bumpy speed boat ride that felt like Mr. Toads wild ride, plus a 20 minute taxi ride, we make it back to the ship @ 3:30 with 15 min to spare (we're happy to report the dancer didn't get in trouble). Learning Fijian time is a little tricky, but at least we made it onboard. One sea day ahead as we head to our last stop.... Isle of Pines. So long for ...

Entry Two: Getting to know the place

A travel blog entry by harry.springer on Sep 23, 2014

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I woke up at around 10:00am and decided to see the city of Nadi, I went to the front desk asking for the number of the taxi, they were very polite and called the taxi for me. The taxi got to the hotel within 10 minutes and before long I was heading down the main stretch in Nadi. I got dropped off in what was known as the best street for shopping and food, I looked around the shops and bought a few small things, I stopped at a ...

Day 20. Fijian village, move to South Sea Island

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Sep 17, 2014

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... was really proud. As we moved on to the school Lapse saw his cousin with her two small children. He took his cousins baby and offered it to Jane to hold but the baby cried immediately!

People were shouting "bula" from inside their dark houses as we passed, sooooo friendly! The school was closed today as it is a public holiday for the elections. This is the reason that there was no welcoming Kava ceremony, the Chief and others were voting on the mainland. We ...

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