JJ's On The Park - Suva
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... island. We visited the " Tasman Landing Site". Who was this mister Tasman? Bilah had no idea and neither did I...so! We also visited the "Blow holes"; they are rocks on the frontline of the sea. When the waves come in, they make a strong noise. Back at the residence, Bilah had prepared a lunch before I left. Then came the farewells. A country can make its way to your heart more by the kindness of its people than by the splendor of its ...
... wear. They truly exemplified the everyday look women had and how that tied in with their everyday chores and doings. We truly enjoyed our day at the museum and learned many things about the past and culture of Fiji. We hope to come back soon, but for now our next and last stop before we go home is ......
Wellington, New Zealand!!
... around the corner. I would then swing by on the way home to ensure that she was on her way.
There are a number of truisms that seem to be particularly relevant in developing world settings: ‘local delicacies’ are always local, but they are rarely delicacies ! Similarly, adding a description about the quality of a service or shop to the sign: ‘best ever’, ‘best in the ...
... solutions could and should be usefully shared.
It would take more than a rose tint, even with my myopia, to confuse Suva for NY; there are some buildings more than 3 stories high, the streets are busy and they do use dollars for currency. However, the dollars are Fijian, the city is ringed by the green hills of Fiji's interior and there is the characteristic diesel-coconut-soapy-woodsmoke bouquet that is uncommon on America's east ...
... as she tried to sleep. John was highly entertaining with stories of how they celebrated the Queen's (Elizabeth II) last birthday, the new Fijian national flag, Chinese investment in new beachside resorts, the village where the Bath flyer Semesa Rokoduguni lived, all the while chuckling with laughter at his own jokes and anecdotes. Clearly, I felt a connection.
Honor was surprised and slightly alarmed at the stories of ancient cannibal ...