Tanoa Plaza Suva

Address: Corner Gordon & Malcolm Street, Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Corner Gordon & Malcolm Street, Suva.
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      Polynesia, Fiji and Samoa

      A travel blog entry by ginnyjennings1 on Jan 29, 2015

      162 photos

      ... ya performance of traditional dances including flame throwers and dancers. It is a fantastic show even though it has to be 95F in the cave. The Chief thanks us for coming and says God made the ship divert to help them pay the wages of his employees. It was quite moving.

      Back to the ship with another band and dancers on the wharf for our sail away. As we sail away, we pass two other ships who have also been diverted away from Samoa also, the Oceania and a ...

      Fiji Fun

      A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Nov 12, 2014

      57 photos

      ... was decent, with a huge hut like dining and bar area, and swimming pool. Just before dinner we experienced our first Kava ceremony. Kava, a common root on the islands is grown for seven months, sun dried, then ground or beat into a fine powder. Then it is prepared in water, kind of like tea, just in a bigger scale. It gives the lips and mouth a numbing sensation and locals tell us if you drink enough it has the same effect on the whole body. More ...

      Suva

      A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Nov 05, 2014

      6 photos

      ... We are then taken to the small village of the Rawa people and partake in their sacred Kava ceremony. Kava is a plant that is grown for 5 years and then processed into a drink that numbs your mouth as it produces a calming affect on the body (just like going to the dentist......except the calming effect). We then walk around the village and visit with their Kindergardeners as they sing songs and ...

      Visiting Naililili Village, Fiji

      A travel blog entry by bruce_n_ros on Jul 10, 2014

      11 photos

      ... so we learned a lot about Fiji's history and lifestyle on the way.

      Wow – what a wonderful experience being able to visit a local village. We were greeted at the bus by warriors, walked through the village and had a kava ceremony in their hall where the villagers sang and danced for us. The young warriors also did a haka. This included 3 white warriors (three Italian guys staying at a nearby village had been invited to take part in the ceremonies). ...

      Suva - where cruise ships stop & traders know it

      A travel blog entry by jbushie on Jun 17, 2014

      14 photos

      ... much to be sorted out with the logistics of supply, working in a kitchen the size of a bathroom, refining presentation and achieving consistency across dishes with all staff.

      The conversation is lively... Karen is an excellent hostess with many stories to relate about her 20 years in hospitality, much of it in Fiji. The night winds up around 10pm. We will need another day of luxurious not-much tomorrow to recover from such a BUSY day ...