JJ's On The Park - Suva
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... loss of someone. It reminded me a lot of Rogers funeral (my dads best friend) and the priest talking about it "not being goodbye forever, but rather a ship leaving port" imagery that stuck with me so much that I had a tattoo dedicated to him. I’m already thinking of a tattoo to commemorate this journey, an idea based along the idea of nautical flags – if anybody knows of any guest tattoo artists in Sydney please do let me know.
On a bit of a ...
... up) and North Korea. On this trip, the first leg of which entails UK-Dubai-Sydney-Suva-Tuvalu without any significant respite, he will collect highest points on 5 Pacific Islands. He has a couple of Guinness Book of Records entries to his name already and it surely won't be many years before he becomes the first person ever to have climbed to the highest point in every sovereign state on Earth. Frustratingly, he will have to return to Africa before ...
... ya performance of traditional dances including flame throwers and dancers. It is a fantastic show even though it has to be 95F in the cave. The Chief thanks us for coming and says God made the ship divert to help them pay the wages of his employees. It was quite moving.
Back to the ship with another band and dancers on the wharf for our sail away. As we sail away, we pass two other ships who have also been diverted away from Samoa also, the Oceania and a ...
... with unruly behavior. Both girls looked so proud of their role. Great to see that it is working. Back up the river a quick buy from the local shop we were parked at. Back on the bus & head to the local Village where we ere met by the local chief & 2 warriors in local costume with axes & clubs to protect the locals. What a lovely morning the whole village gets involved with dance & song. From the 2 buses we had picked ...
... me right on the sunburn. I wanted to cry. The dancers were really good and while it's not fair to compare them, we both agreed we had been spoiled by the incredible fire show on the first island. These lot couldn't hold a flame to the Robinson Crusoe guys. Pun intended.
The Aussie rugby lads were up doing their thing again and along with the fire dancers, the aboriginal lads and the traditional Indian dancers it was a real colourful mix of people on ...