JJ's On The Park - Suva
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... that was far nicer - beef stir-fry, pumpkin curry, pickled cabbage, boiled taro root and leaves.
We scoured the village souvenir market, Robyn thought about buying a colourful sarong but we were pretty sure it wasn't made in Fiji, like most of their wares. Never mind, another lady was keen to buy it instead and grabbed it from her eagerly.
The buses picked us up from here, but the beginning of the journey was rather rough, along a narrow, unsealed, potholed road, ...
We sailed into Suva Harbor about 6am it was raining with no sun in sight. The ship docked next to the container area. The police band came but performed inside a shed because of the weather. We got off and got a taxi which took us for a drive around the city block. The extensive shopping area was closed because it is Sunday. We stopped to take a photo at the government building continued past Walu Bay industrial area ...
... lived. Just like at Buckingham Palace, they have a guard outside, lots of land and a huge house. Suka explained that all the villages have a 'Chief' and when there is an election, all the Chiefs get together to vote for who they want as President. The Fijians are very proud of their country. There is an island the locals called 'Fijian Alcatraz'. It used to be where prisoners were taken to spend their sentence between 2006-2012. They now have a jail in Suva ...
... not been cautious enough with the food, I am now struggling against a strong diarrhea. That obliges me to stay far from a cultural experience that one can live only here in the Pacific Islands. Fortunately i experienced it a few years ago in Pohnpei, in Micronesia. It is the ceremony of kava which takes place with different modalities according to the islands. Kava is a liquid that looks like muddy water. It comes from the ...
... be. I told him that I felt sad to leave him; he answered that he felt sad to see me go. That shows how much we appreciated each other. As for Bilah, nothing stopped him from showing me touristic sites around the island...all but one. Where according to him, there were evil spirits and he didn't want anything bad to happen to me.. I respected his fears but he had my curiosity awakened.. Today I felt well enough tocontinue my visit ...