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Day 992 This day would prove to be a busy one again. The Uprising Resort was the only one on the trip that included a cooked breakfast, the others were all continental. I had an omelette with loads of bacon and cheese. After a short drive to and through Suva the nations capital. We stopped here and there for a picture, drove by Samoa's two biggest prisons one holding 70 men and the other brand new facility holding a whopping seven women. We also stopped at ...
... to get back on the bus and go to Fiji rivers were I was going to go white water rafting. This was the first time I have ever been white water rafting so I didn’t know what to expect but I had hoped that it was an experience that I’d never forget. After we had the safety briefing and went through all of the techniques and important things to know, we headed off to the shuttle bus were they would then take ...
... was really moving and so sad to see these happy, welcoming people have to go through something so upsetting. We were eating breakfast at the time and you just wanted to go and comfort the staff. Experiences like this are obviously really sad but it was another insight into Fijian life and reinforced the respect you have for the locals. One of the other couples I met on Octopus had returned to Fiji to get married, so it became a very special place for everyone and I felt like I ...
... a bit confused, because although we left on a Sunday night, we actually arrived on Tuesday morning. When flying west from America, you cross the National Date Line. Which means that technically we missed a day of our lives haha. Slightly confusing. So going through the airport was a breeze and we were greeted by 3 Fijians at the airport playing their Ukeleles in their bright blue Hawaiian style shirts singing away. Now everyone in Fiji says Bula. The actual meaning ...
... was only allowed to do 60km, the poor old dear. We arrived at the companies head office in Sigatoka to sign our consent forms. us females were given a Sulu that would have to be worn in the village. As their office was smack bang in the middle of a huge tourist shop we were encouraged to shop while we waited. They were wanting us to buy lollies for the kid in the village so I thought why not, I nearly died when they charged me $20.00 for two bag of ...