JJ's On The Park - Suva
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... Our visit here was a bittersweet experience for me. The mystique is gone. I have real images in my head now—but I hope I never forget those wonderful, fantastical childhood memories.
Today is September 17th – my father’s birthday. He would have been 97.Coincidence. I don’t think so. One of my favorite sayings is, “Things don’t just happen. They come to ...
... lunch with our EU colleagues. In Fiji. Here's the menu:
Palusami: taro (manioc) leaves with coconut milk, served with kassava chips or boiled taro root (I think we're gonna try making spanakoryzo with coconut milk).
Kokoda: lemon marinated fish in coconut milk, think ceviche without the coriander and with coconut milk (Michali you might ...
... luckily her practice is sterile new needles and sterile wipes! I have heard horror stories about Fijian hospitals. We waited 10-15mins to see if it worked she chatted away to me trying to make me feel calm which was nice. The hydrocortisone wasn't working the rash ha spread down my front down to my legs. So she decided a injection of adrenaline was next. I had to go and lay on the bed for this, she said if this didn't work I will need to go on a drip so I prayed the adrenaline ...
... James decided that he wanted to see how much he remembered from the cocktail making course he went on the previous week and offered to make is some free cocktails. We ended up with 3 cocktails each to try all with a new type of rum in them. I'm not a cocktail kind of guy but who was I to turn down free rum. A good solid kick start to the night, especially since it was Lees birthday. Dinner was to be a Fijian buffet. To this day I have no idea what I ate, it ranged from raw lemon ...
... Along the way, we withdrew FD$100 from a Westpac ATM. At the shop, they're all well versed at asking you what you want without telling you the price. They are also very interested in where you are from, which I now realise actually means "What currency are you carrying?" The selection of items we looked at came to FD$525, which they said they would offer to us at Fijian prices of $320. We immediately hesitated a bit and the price came down to $275, then $250. I ...