Tanoa Rakiraki Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Sunday, November 26, 2006
We're at the gracefully aging Rakiraki Hotel. The rooms are nice at $60 Fijian with a fan and private bath and shower. More importantly they have an expansive patio with a couple shelters and an excellent pool which we are right now making use of. Early this morning we took the Sunbeam express bus out of Savu. We …
... time to board. Dominic was so excited for his free Fiji beer. We ended up having about 3 each and making a tower of empty cans. Soon after the girl behind us asked us to take them down as she couldn't see the screen, and the air steward came and asked us to be quiet. Haha. The flight was pretty funny. We arrived in Melbourne, got the skybus to our hotel. Checked in and popped across to pie face for a midnight snack. And that's the end of the Fiji tales. Hope you enjoy the read ...
Up around 8am - we started to pack our things and get the apartment in order. I went for a short half hour walk to kill time and take one last look at the coastline before we turned our backs and headed home.
Check out at reception was uneventful; I had fixed the bill up earlier and only had a F$50 outstanding bill for the WIFI - when I get to do my critique I will request that WIFI ...
Day 9 (Saturday 6th December 2014)
Up early again and Rahni picked us up in her Hyundai Sonata; and headed out for Momi on the coast. Not far out of one of the villages she pulled over after a Policeman flagged her down from the other side of the road.
He walked over to her and showed her the radar gun; it read '90', seems this stretch of the road is an ‘80’ zone. She was not happy and ...
... an orange canvas of burning light poking through the cloud mass; an awesome sight that disappears relatively quickly – not too long to savour.
Back to the apartment, relaxing with a bottle of Sav Blanc on the balcony watching some people light fireworks that were left over from the Deepavali Festival (Indian Christmas in October).
Off to bed after another big day in Denaru.