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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... walk way you had to follow once we reached the end we then had to take a giant leap to the edge so we didn't get submerged in thick swamp mud. One of the girls misjudged her leap and one of legs right up her bum got submerged she was covered! We carried on trekking through a field with our now squelchy trainers. We then entered another part of the forest this being a really steep slope, we slowly made our way down it was so slippery and hard to keep up right, the poor girl that ...
... be knighted and receive their shields that they have designed themselves. Fun! Other cool activities to mention is Bill's spearfishing (he actually got one that was served for dinner). Also everyone did a cool manta ray snorkel! After four hours of cruising, we made our way back to Nadi and docked at Denaru Island, to get the boat prepared for the crossing. During our few days there, we were able to visit one of the The Big Blues ...
... Fijian She came and had exactly the same conversation with me as she did at the start, stroking my cheek and telling me I had nice eyes, then asking me about what I though of Fiji, I politely told her the same thing. I loved the customs and how traditional it was etc... This time, instead of being polite and thankful like 20 minutes previous, my reply sent her into an annoyed frenzy, very different from her first answer. He started ranting how people like me, basically white ...
... it was like a rundown cafe but the food was delicious. The women brought out our noodles and the portion was ridiculous! We then headed to the airport on another bus. The women in front of us had the cutest little baby and talked to us for the whole journey. It was really interesting and she kindly gave us her address and invited us to stay for a week if we return to Fiji one day. Then another women was talking to us and gave us her phone number so ...
... just relaxed on the beach and chilled. On another day we went into the city Suva and got a surprise. We went to a market were we barginned with some adults and then felt guilty to kids so brought alot of handmade suvoniers. Going into shops in the town was almost like the market. The shop owners would follow you around the store hoping you would buy something and trying to bargin with you. One shop even made us sit down and drink kava with them, so we got out of ...
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