JJ's On The Park - Suva
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... 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 firewalkers mysterious power over fire. The firewalkers come from the island of Baqa and are members ...
... has been lost as I have no way of knowing which island he was stationed on for all those years. Fiji is lush and tropical with one foot firmly entrenched in the present while the other clings to their heritage. Outside the main city, there are only villages, each led by a chieftain. Some of their laws seem almost prim—like how women must wear tops that cover their shoulders and bottoms ...
... on board we started festivities early. What was supposed to be a cooling post-shop champagne then turned into the 5.00pm sailaway party, then the predicable cocktails and canapés. Alan selected his favourite, called a "Gauguin Secret" and stuck with it all night, not sure how many he had, you can ask Jo. But he out-lasted the rest of us, as we headed for bed after the show finished at around 11.00pm.
... rivers we had to jump into walk across and climb out the other side. Finally after what felt like a days worth of trekking we finally reach the waterfalls. The trek was worth it they are beautiful there are 3 tiers. At the bottom is a huge pool with a little waterfall the middle as a bigger waterfall but no pool and the too being the biggest waterfall with a pool. Of course we have to head to the top one. We change into our swim wear keeping our shorts and trainers on and start the climb ...
... It was fun to hang and talk to all the other crew and learn their stories. If I would have known of this crew life in my early 20's I would have been all over it. To meet and work with such an international diversity of people would have been so exciting, oh yea and sailing all over the world. Well that is the first leg of our adventure. We are currently making the two day crossing to our next destination, Vanuatu! Until then..... Love, Bill and ...