JJ's On The Park - Suva
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... price will jump to #1 GBP for 15minutes when I get to Nadi. I quickly whiled away two hours catching up with people and coming up with plans for the US. Due to the aforementioned lack of internet I may have to pre-book a LA hostel on the assumption a flight can be lined up when I want it to be so it's a bit of a risk, but still a safer bet than just turning up unannounced and hoping for the best. American hostels are not cheap. Although I could've spent a lot longer ...
... is no cafe on the ferry I grabbed a cab down to the jetty. It sees quite industrial with a lot of loading and unloading onto various boats as well as general maintenance. The guy in charge of the jetty pointed out the boat and a guy on the boat pointed out the booking office to pick up my ticket. Another guy back on the boat then let me store my bags but wouldn't let me board before four giving me an hour to kill. I found some shade by a hardware shop and ...
14. The markets. There's no fresh farmers markets near where I live at home. I love being able to go get fresh fruits and some veggies at the market.
15. Music everywhere. No matter where you go, there is music jamming. Most of the time the music is pretty new, hip hop/rap kind of stuff. Even the older generation listens to that.
16. Island remixes. I love when they put an island remix on American songs.
17. The ocean and mountains. I will really ...
... reality it is a blink of an eye in the spectrum of a full life.
The weather here has been as bipolar as Wisconsin weather. These past 2 days have been very windy and slightly chilly. I wore jean capri today and didn't sweat! Many think this weather is freezing, but I enjoy being able to wear clothes not worrying about if I’m going to get too hot in them. There was ...
... to see all of the different outfits, music and dancing. I was proud that I could tell the differences, and pinpoint what dance went with what culture.
The Cross Cultural event has been my favorite thing here. This event was like the culture night, only you performed another cultures dance. I actually performed in this!!! The Tokelauan group let me join them, in performing a Kirbati dance, “Bon Aba”. We only learned this dance 3 ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking