Holiday Inn Suva
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... dirt road heading for the hills. Although the main power lines were well out of the way there were some subsidiary wires and telephone lines strung along short poles. Naturally our coach got snagged so we weren't going anywhere. Luckily it was only a few hundred metres further down the track to our destination. We walked and left it to the driver to work things out.
After strapping in, ...
... but I've never reacted to food except avocado! My immediate thought is I've got something on my skin from the trek so I decide to go have a shower to see if that helps. I have a shower and put some antihistamine cream on silly me I've forgotten my tablets. As I walked back into the room Amy noticed the rash has spread down my arms an down my back an it was burning. My head was still throbbing I'm starting to worry now as I have no idea what it is, I decided it was time to head ...
... pain until I could get to a safe spot to get it out. And they were monthly ones...and I now don't have enough for the time I'm away...but we will worry about that as we go. We left the waterfalls and started trekking through the jungle to a point where a boat was waiting to take us to the beach. We waded through the river to the pick up point and enjoyed a trip down the winding river, through the mangroves to the open waters of the sea. The jungle in Fiji is very different ...
... In the afternoon, we went on a bamboo raft for a ride down the river. There were about 3 or 4 people per raft, and when they say raft, they mean raft! You are sitting in water on top of bamboo shoots. It was fun! Saturday March 22nd: This morning we departed at 10am and headed to the second largest city to have an indian lunch, vegetarian curry. My stomach did not like it too much but thankfully my aches did not last long! ...
... tourist map and headed for the government buildings. The locals were all incredibly friendly and there was much more of an ethnic mix than on the other islands.This was largely caused by the British who ruled the island for over fifty years and shipped over Indian slaves to work on the plantations.
The British influence was obvious they drove on the correct side of the road, there were roundabouts and ...
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