JJ's On The Park - Suva
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Travel Blogs from Suva
... parks and picnic areas. The Grand Pacific Hotel at the edge of Albert Park had been renovated and reopened as the only 5 star hotel in Fiji, 8 years ago it was in ruins. The shopping areas were very busy, a couple of new malls which looked very like the Australian and New Zealand style shopping malls, there were also Chinese and Indian areas as well as numerous souvenir shops and markets for fruit fish and general produce. We stayed in our air conditioning in the van and drove ...
... lives. Maybe I’m being a little profound here, I could do with feedback really, good or bad idea?
I’ve just woke and the boat is really rocking about; fairly certain there’s a storm outside but I’m non the wiser until I leave the cabin. Having an inside cabin means no windows (obviously) and the only contact to the outside it through the ships webcam on channel 39, I like to call it my window. I’m a bit of a sadist really, I love ...
... came out after us to return our guitar, which we had absentmindedly left next to the scanning machine! We didn't know how we would be transferring across to Nadi but soon found our bus. Just outside, an accommodating Fijian Airways staff member called our B&B up to find out where the coach should drop us off. Apparently, B&B usually stands for Bold and Beautiful here, not Bed and Breakfast! On the coach, there were boxes of drinks and piles ...
... elections since have confirmed the current rule though) and Fiji is looking more to China for their future.The flag still has the Union Jack in the corner though British rule ceased in 1970.
Of course a cruise ship limits the time you have to discover and learn, but it was a great day ashore and the wonderful cossetting nature of the cruise ship was calling us back again, to move on over night to our next Fiji location, Lautoka.
... welcome to our ship’s guests. They returned and performed again in the rain as we sailed away. The men wore the traditional wrap that is customary in the South Pacific. The wrap has a buckle and pockets and is "fully air conditioned" reported our guide, unlike the buses.
We visited the Arts Village of Fiji to witness the fire-walkers' mysterious power over fire. The fire-walkers come from the island of Baqa and are ...