Holiday Inn Suva
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... so we learned a lot about Fiji's history and lifestyle on the way.
Wow – what a wonderful experience being able to visit a local village. We were greeted at the bus by warriors, walked through the village and had a kava ceremony in their hall where the villagers sang and danced for us. The young warriors also did a haka. This included 3 white warriors (three Italian guys staying at a nearby village had been invited to take part in the ceremonies). ...
... 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 ...
... the inside part out for me to eat. It was so yummy, I love coconuts! Its quite filling too. We headed towards a village where we had to wear our sarongs (guys too) as to hide our legs by respect. It was cute. We headed to a beach for a BBQ, it rained on and off. Here the summers are wet. It was an alright beach, compared to Australia, it wasn't anything special. We stayed there for 3 hours until we ate, we ate with your ...
... ship leave in about an hour from then. We were overjoyed to see the band setting up, this time on the dock outside, directly opposite us. Then they started to play and it was wonderful. They played everything from rock and roll to classical. A lady sang How Great Thou Art which brought a lump to my throat. Then all the instrumentalists got up with their instruments and disappeared inside the shed. We were so disappointed, thinking they had finished but then suddenly, ...