Tanoa Plaza Suva

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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    Travel Blogs from Suva

    5th Stop - Suva, Fiji

    A travel blog entry by pmnoyes on Sep 17, 2014

    ... pants) that reach below the knee; how men in the village must also cover their torso and shoulders, but can’t wear pants—instead they wear traditional sari-type wraps; and how no one walking through the village can come within ten meters of the chief’s house without calling out for permission. Our guide assured us the times are changing. I can’t help but feel a little sad ...

    18°08′55″ S 178°26′31" E

    A travel blog entry by gkkb on Jun 10, 2014

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    Αγαπού 55;α bula!

    So we woke up today on the 10th of June quite late, at 11:00 am Fiji time that is, but that's still considerably earlier than most people, given that we are at UTC + 12 time zone :-). Time geeks can read more here.

    It has been a lazy day today, trying to recharge a bit, so we had the ...

    Feejee Experience Day 2

    A travel blog entry by kvd1984 on May 31, 2014

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    ... and seek advice they take one look at me and say I need to see a doctor. They call a doctor to come out but she wanted to charge $150 so they say I should take a taxi to a private doctor 10 minutes up the road. Luckily our tour guide Jerry offers to come with us and we make our way. On entering the surgery I was trying to stay calm but my heart was beating so fast and it looked 3rd world it was a tiny place with a small private room where the dr was and in the reception area was a ...

    The Fijian Experience

    A travel blog entry by davidjhutchison on May 15, 2014

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    ... Having seen them both, Fiji's is more welcoming, it's lighter with more broad leaves plants. Peru's is full of sharp spikey plants with wild animals and bugs that just want you dead. After this we went back to the bus and headed for our overnight accommodation of Uprising Resort where I was greeted with a bill for a bucket of Corona...when I asked how I can be billed for drink before I even check in, the receptionist explained that the owner of Mango Bay had faxed me a bill for ...

    The day in Suva

    A travel blog entry by andrewdavies on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... us some warnings about charlatans, and those that would not be selling genuine merchandise, but fake gear from China. He showed us a photo ID and said he had been authorised by the council to keep tourists safe. I got the distinct impression that he didn't want me to look at it too long, and held it in a certain way with his finger covering a logo. He asked us where we wanted to go and proceeded to take us to a place we didn't want to go - a genuine Fiji ...