Holiday Inn Suva
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Dynamic day today, I set off at 6 for the gym, followed by joining Anne in the pool for her daily 30 lengths. Admittedly I just paddle around trying to cool down. After a quick (Fiji Time) breakfast we went on a glass bottom boat trip to the reef on the main channel. Great fish & coral, but looking down a hole in a rocking boat was quite puck …
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... …
... husking and scraping. They had a few handicrafts there that the women were selling.
Back to Suva and the ship where the marching band and other band are assembling to send us off to sea. They performed for 2 hours and Tim and I just sat on our balcony enjoying the concert and Happy Hour!
Our Italian Captain makes an important announcement.
The captain announces that we will not be going to Samoa and American Samoa as a large tropical ...
... planned for after lunch. We got a very welcoming surprise when we checked in. The two of us - probably to make up for the night before - got upgraded to a villa! Sick! A TV that swiveled in the wall between the living room and the bedroom, high natural unfinished wood ceilings and a huge, wicked outdoor shower. Why only one day?!?! For the most part everyone relaxed at their own leisure before we all ended up hanging out in the pool drinking beers and cocktails.
... and a few snacks and carried them back along the beach to our bungalow. While we were out, a letter had been pushed under our door. The rugby team were inviting everyone to the bar to watch their tribal dance in he evening. Any excuse to hit he bar, we thought. There were three members of the squad of aboriginal descent and they were all there in full tribal regalia, complete with didgeridoos. They started off by showing us some of their traditional tribal ...