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... s meaning still isn't clear. But Richard is a very funny individual. Always happy and willing to offer kind words. Which is more than can be said for Rachael,..who wanted nothing more than for Richard to have one of these episodes during the week. We came third in the quiz which considering it was out of 4 wasn't a great result. But we did beat the Germans. So that's always good. Most people drifted off to sleep, after this but Rachael, Lee had I had some beers to finish. We ended ...
... Em attempted to snorkel but as soon as she got in the sea she panicked and got back on the boat! The reefs were pretty impressive, unfortunately didn't see any sharks... Saw a clam though which was quite cool. We then headed back to the island where they had started the BBQ for us! We then just relaxed, went snorkelling again in the afternoon and then headed back to the mainland. Thursday morning we had to check out and catch the bus to Nadi as we had to be ...
... I made my way to a pleasant hostel where a friendly Indian man greeted me and showed me around. I spent the night walking along the water and filled my belly with a delicious Indian meal (Chicken curry, rice, and roti's).
The next day I took a bus about 3 hours through various villages and along the water. All along the way the bus was playing super loud rap music which I couldn't help to laugh at.
Next thing I knew I was on another boat ...
... My uni mate Rhys Jones (maybe an even more cliched Welsh name than mine) was punched in the face with no provocacation in the middle of Queen Street in Cardiff in the middle of the day. That actually pushed his contact lens around the back of his eye. Nasty. Anyway, despite reassuring this particular ******** I had never seen him before, let alone looked at him funny and no I didn't want to fight him despite his attempts to proud and push me into a reaction I ...
... on hand made stuff. "Wales, would you like a good luck turtle sarong? Something nice for your mother!" After this they did a goodbye song before we hoped on the boats. 20minutes down river we jumped on a traditional bamboo raft which they still use to transport farm goods to market. It is called HMS Nocomeback because it is only a one way trip. Within about 100m we were back on the longtail boats, as though this was all that was needed to ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsColonial Lodge Bed & Breakfast Suva
Nice lady who runs the place, even nicer kids who bend over to help with anything, cheap, clean, homely, good free breakfast, great place to meet people, and not far from the city (7 minutes walk).
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