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... depends on the other guests. To avoid being accused of snobbery we will merely provide descriptions and leave our readers to reach their own conclusions. There were a lot of father and sons (approx 6-8 yrs) with matching mullets, and singlets with rather wide arm holes. Possibly the arm holes are required to be large to accommodate body builder arms, but most 6 year olds haven't ...
... I'd made a few days earlier to accommodate our large amount of luggage! Reluctantly and with much sucking and picking at teeth, Atil finds the key to a suitable vehicle and completes the paperwork. Only problem - he's not sure where the car is! Half an hour later, Atil reluctantly gets up from his desk and together with another customer we head for the car park to look for our vehicle. Low mileage – 106,000 km on the clock - and with about ...
... around half 4) so one of the ladies quickly finished mine off. It's such a cool souvenir to take home with me. The yasawa flyer (aka the boat) was so rocky on the way back to Nadi, but luckily for me the lady at Kuata gave me some sea sick tablets. When arriving back on mainland, we got on to the 'Awesome adventures' bus back to smugglers. We bumped into Sabrina, John, and Chris, and made plans with them to go into the main town of Nadi for the following day (today!). We ...
... in sauce and slow cooked beef with some actual vegetables! After dinner we were treated to a traditional Fijian handicraft show with cannibalistic weaponry. We then took part in a Kava ceremony. The Kava (angona) tree roots are matured for 6/7 years, washed in water, cut from stem, dried in the sun and powdered. Water is then strained through the powder in muslin cloth and sipped from coconut shells. We sat on a mat and were passed Kava. To receive Kava you ...
Bula was our first phrase we learnt when we arrived in Nadi Airport this morning at 6:15am and it means hello in Fijian. As the plane was about to land the view out of the window changed from ocean to small shops and mountains. As soon as we stepped off the plane the humidity hit us but it felt nice, like a feeling you get when you go on holiday. Fiji Airways we're great to fly with. They're planes are very modern and all of the staff wear ...