Holiday Inn Suva
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Had the most amazing time in Fiji and met the most amazing people along the way. Day one we stopped in "The First Landing Resort" which was so much more beautiful than I had imagined... Staff were beautiful and when sat down having dinner, played Fijian acoustic songs for everyone. Day two went on the captain cook cruises to the island of Tivua... …
... We are then taken to the small village of the Rawa people and partake in their sacred Kava ceremony. Kava is a plant that is grown for 5 years and then processed into a drink that numbs your mouth as it produces a calming affect on the body (just like going to the dentist......except the calming effect). We then walk around the village and visit with their Kindergardeners as they sing songs and ...
... through grass fields, until we reached a river we jump in and had to walk down the river for a while until we approached a boat. It was an old wooden motor boat we had to hop in and the boat took us the rest of the way down river. Along the way we saw parrots in trees, finally the boat came to a stop and we hopped off at a lovely beach we walk along the beach until we reach a road where our bus I'd waiting for us. We have to remove our squelching swamp stinking trainers before getting on ...
... water raced through different avenues of rock to get to the bottom first where if fell I to a deep pool ideal for swimming. The water was nice and refreshing after the trek through the humid jungle. There were three pools of water we could visit, with the top one having the option to do some waterfall jumping from a 12ft platform. This interested me and I went with our guide to the top of the waterfalls. This area was picturesque. A perfect tropical oasis where hours could ...
... while we waited and the Fijian lady told us that they were originally brought here to eat all the snakes . . but now all the snakes are gone they are considered a pest and alway tried to eat people's chicken. The bus to Suva took about 2 hours but felt must longer. When we arrived at the Novotel Lami Bay Hotel it was truly stunning, you walk in a huge lobby and can see the whole bay - ...