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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Quest Apartments-Suva
Travel Blogs from Suva
... for £3 each and a fantastic afternoon of rugby. The grandstand was thankfully in the shade and a gentle wind was blowing off the sea from the opposite side of the ground. The stand was about 30% full and there was a very vocal group of female supporters sitting immediately in front of us. They were an impressive sorority defined by both their significant size and enthusiasm. They shared a lot of their opinions, both positive and ...
... ensure Honor was on her way, but she was still waiting 45 mins after the arranged time. Her face was a picture as she recognised me walking around the corner; a bit of relief that I was there, followed quickly with unalloyed horror as her eyes rose to where my fringe used to be. Honor is very punctual in general and 45 mins of Fiji time standing alone in Suva High St was getting a bit irritating. However, just as we were ...
... of cloud technologies for on-going support for clinicians and care planning for women. The senior gynaecology sister was key to the use of the cloud in practice and could not have been more positive about it.
Many middle resource settings have access to the internet and there could be much more of exactly this kind of support. It is not necessary to have super-fast broadband and there clearly needs to be protection of patient details, but ...
... a beautiful stretch of white sands about 4km long. We had a cool drink at the beach bar, a paddle in the Pacific Ocean and a lovely fresh piece of tuna for lunch before heading home. As we left the dock the Fiji Police Band were playing Now is the Hour, and when the captain bade then farewell with a number of hoots of the ship's whistle the brass section responded with a toot of their own! So we get another day tomorrow to recover before Vanuatu which neither we nor Cunard have visited ...
... about, it feels like a multi-ton-rollercoaster (which might not sound fun to some). The weirdest feeling when it’s like this on board is when you get into a lift, it’s all a bit great glass elevator; up, down, sideways, longways. As long as it doesn’t go up and out I’ll be happy. To amuse myself on this rocky rolling day I’m photoshopping a few pranks together. I noticed the local 'pub’ on here has a noticeboard with pins and ...