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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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After we ate there was only one thing left on the agenda. Every Monday is International Crab Racing night at the resort. Crabs are numbered, have a name and country assigned then put up for auction. Once all have been bought they are put in the middle of a chalk outline circle. First and second place split the prize pool. We were all picturing crabs on a dinner plate, so we were surprised when the host put a small container in the ...
I am happy to beat my alarm and wake just after 8am. The sky is blue, the sun is shining and the breeze is gentle. The morning is bike riding for Emma and reading for me.
And eating, of course. Just to fill in time before lunch...
And with lunch comes a 15 knot wind - enough to kill any ideas of snorkelling at low tide this afternoon. So we engage in a bit of basket-weaving with the activities staff, along with much banter. The staff here are ...
... bit and a hospital bed which a curtain could be pulled round! The receptionist takes a few details she's really friendly. A few min later I get called in. The doctor introduces herself and asks me to take a seat, I explain what's wrong and she examines me. She says she's never seen anything like it but I may because I have white skin! She takes my pulse and blood pressure which are all fine. She then explained that she was going to give me a injection of hydrocortisone to try and stop ...
... Tabs then left early Wednesday morning. On Wednesday, Em and I decided to go on the Beqa Island tour. We headed to a jetty across the road at around 9.30 and set off on the bait to the island... The sea was a bit rough so wasn't the nicest journey! It took about 45 minutes... We arrived at the island and immediately went to the spring water waterfall, which was absolutely freezing! We then headed off to do some snorkelling in the coral reefs surrounding ...
... arent very touchy so it was a funny awkward situation. There is one photo where kurt is leaning away as he was way to sober to handle mums drunkness, and mums trying to make up for that for leaning as well, so the photo looks ridiculous. The Las tnight was awesome and i was sad to leave fiji as i enjoyed relaxing, getting to know the culture. I tried to learn some words in fijian but unfortunatly had forgotten them by the time the plane had landed back in New Zealand.
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