Colonial Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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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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... conch shell blowing. The traditional Fijian welcome... for every car that arrives. We are escorted up the path by horn!
The complex at Nanuku Resort http://www.nanukufiji.com is built surrounding a central breezeway of massive poles, soaring ceilings and Fijian detailing. Pictures to follow. There is a bar/dining/seating area overlooking the infinity pool, ocean and a large island beyond.
And everywhere, ...
... top which is another narrow steep climb with lots of tree holding and rope pulling! We finally reach the top remove our trainer and jump into the pool, it's cold but refreshing after all that walking! A couple of girls decide to climb the steep rocks on top of the waterfall and jump in its pretty high, but I decide I don't want to miss out and do the same it's so much fun and a great experience. After awhile it's time to leave, some of the girls decide to take a walk on the wild side ...
... is an Aussie....this just simply ends in disaster. Caroline erupted into a volcanic cloud of anger and frustration. She ranted how the English had ruined Fiji and how the royal family is to blame. The Queen has no right to tell Fiji what to do and she's so glad they left the commonwealth...Rachael stood there looking like she had seen the ghost princess Diana. And if she wasn't careful...she would be joining her. We politely excused ourselves and slipped off to bed. Thankful to ...
... He seemed to remember though, that the dock had been wooden. As we strolled along the promenade we saw an elderly gentleman with his daughter sitting beside a market stall. He looked old enough to remember the early 60's in Suva so Uwe struck up a conversation with him. He certainly did remember those times and confirmed Uwe's memory of the wooden pier which had been built from wood imported from Malaysia. They had a good old natter and the Fijian gentleman was thrilled ...
... rugby. We walked through town, past a stone built catholic church and on to the government buildings. These were in an art deco style and quite pretty but very difficult to photograph as they were doing repair work to them and building a new hotel next door. From here we went to Thurston Gardens, unfortunately we were there at the wrong time of year as all the flowers had clearly just gone over.
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