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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 ...
... driving out of the service station, we do indeed hit the town of Sigatoka. Fortunately, Fiji doesn’t have many roads, so just continuing straight on is just about the only option. Out of town, the road is very dark again, although the full moon does help a bit. Luckily, just before the road appears to turn inland signed to Suva, there’s a police station. The lights are on, but the "duty officers" are gently dozing. “Bula”, I ...
It's 10.31, we've just checked out and chilling by the pool on this beautiful resort. It's a lot bigger than beachcomber, and is also very beautiful. Our stay has been another great day and night. The staff here are also very friendly, and we've met some more great people staying here. So we arrived yesterday afternoon at around 12pm - just in time for lunch. Instead of a buffet, they have a set menu of food - which Jonny prefers. So lunch was chicken stir ...
... and herbs, in a banana leaf with undressed green salad, lime chilli sauce and tavioka. We sat next to a lovely couple from NZ who had been coming back to Tu's Place since discovering it early on during their holiday as well. We had a welcoming discussion about our degrees, their grown up children, Fiji, NZ and our travels. We also talked about the generous portions and scrumptious food at ...
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 ...