JJ's On The Park - Suva
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If Apia started off a hot day Suva has got it beat hands down, it started out over 30c and topped 41c with what felt like 99% humidity by early afternoon. We were docked almost in town and there were some quite smart tour buses alongside, as well as some of the "Island Aircon" style, i.e. no windows! There is also a tourist information and tours tent, and for the first time we had an announcement warning us that the ship had been told to warn of tours being offered by anyone other than ...
... I’ve had a bit of an epiphany with this blog and its potential reach. Before leaving the UK I set out intentions to do something big for Pancreatic Cancer UK, the charity I’d supported during our Brighton2Berwick event; well, Travelpod offer the opportunity to create a blog into a book at the end. The only benefit of such really would be to document this trip for myself but thinking about it on a bigger scale I’m thinking about the potential of making ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... and sun. The food was great, he made a wicked potato salad from scratch to go with the chicken, sausage and grilled wahoo fish. We sat in a circle eating with our hands and getting to know each other. By the time we left we were stuffed! This did not help when Jim pulled up under a hundred foot sand dune so we could go sand boarding. Six at a time we struggled up the black sand hill. The view from the top was sweet as, the ride down not long enough! ...