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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... As we now have four volunteer dorms, we have all created our own dorm
names and started decorating and making them as homily as we can, names include;
team spectacular and tiki shack.
Another essential duty was to clean the
water tanks and the drainage pipe system. This was by far the funniest thing we
did for base set up, although we had fibre glass cuts for a few days! It
involved a few of us to empty the tank of old water by passing (dropping
... elders will come to discuss the issues of the day, from what we can tell they sit around and drink kava until they fall asleep. One thing that is very obvious about native Fijians is that if you respect their values and customs then you are welcomed into the village as a member of the family. There is no awkwardness or guards to get past. Just smiling faces everywhere going about their daily lives. After our visit to the village we were able to get our sarongs and tshirts off ...
... everyone is smiling, having fun together, dancing, singing and doing skits in different costumes. We have spoken with several of them who have said they enjoyed visiting the US, and seeing the big cities there, but were always so happy to get back to island life and "Fiji time", where they have time to really enjoy their families and the beauty of their surroundings.
One of our favorite activities here is the ...
... picked us up, they would have never made it on the completely full plane (with almost no space for luggage) that took us back to Nairobi from the bush.
From the Nairobi International airport, we had a 4 1/2 hour flight to Doha, Qatar, then a 14 hour flight to Melbourne, Australia. We got a bit of a surprise in Melbourne, when Fiji Air told us they wouldn't load our bags unless we paid them an exorbitant excess weight ...
... ships showing off their fire power in 1849. Back at the hotel we relaxed after the stroll and read our books. Our tasty lunch was at the last restaurant we hadn't tried yet called The Whales's Tale. In the afternoon we had a relaxing stroll, watched the locals hockey practice and were invited into the English bowls club, established in 1926, to watch the friendly locals ...