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 …
... pour trois d'entre nous qui quittons Fidji demain, moi pour la Nouvelle-Zélande. Ps:hier, n'ayant pas de wi-fi, je n'ai pas envoyé de blogue QUESTION:QU'AI JE EN COMMUN AVEC LA REINE ÉLISABETH ET L'ÉCRIVAIN SOMERSET MAUGHAN? I am just back from a two day tour of the island of Viti Levu, the main island of the Fijis, where stands the capital Suva. Yesterday morning (Monday here), I took a bus that made its way to Nadi ( pronounce: NANDI) on the ...
... as a baton to conduct the procedure, but basically it was a No. 2 with extra flourishes ! I sat helplessly as huge chunks of greying hair were sawn off by his chainsaw of a trimmer. There was some gel at the end that made my No 2 look like a No 3 and the barber had the beaming smile of a craftsmen’s pride, but it was not great. It was cheap and quick, but definitely not classy !
I returned to Gloria ...
... and villages for Fiji-Indians.
Most living Fiji-Indians have never been in India. Fiji is home for them.
Just to add, I have met one Fiji-Indian couple where she converted from Hindu to Muslim religion in order to marry her husband. However, love marriages among Fiji-Indians are still an exception. Whereas among the Melanisian Fijians arranged marriages only count for 20% - at least that is what the locals told me.
... he started climbing mountains. He began by climbing the highest peak in every country in Europe. Between 2000 and 2005, he took five years off work to climb the highest peak in every country in Africa, dodging conflicts as he went and occasionally having to enter countries in a less official manner. To date, Eamon has climbed to the highest point in over 160 sovereign states including the Vatican City (whose highest point is a helipad less than ...