Tanoa Plaza Suva
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... occasionally the brake. The clutch was not needed as everything was conducted in a very high revving Mediterranean 2nd gear.
We stopped off at a particular Kava shop, which was a shed by the side of the road with bars across the upper part of the door. $10 FJ later we had 2 bags of best quality ground Kava root (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kava) ready for the grog.
The house was lovely and local rush mats were spread out ...
... Sera was very clear with her instructions: the girls had to have fitted outfits to look their absolute best. Honor was slightly surprised to hear the justification: '…….there were lots of Pacific boys coming to the dinner’. Fantastic and lets hope the girls look their best for all those lucky Fijian lads.
Strangely, there was no similar female justification for my classic fit !
... Honor was beaming too.
Most of the passengers were Chinese mainlanders on the equivalent of a package holiday in the UK. Just like Spain in the 70s for UK tourists, this was an opportunity to experience an entirely new culture in the sun and just like UK tourists in the 70s, these passengers were not taking risks with any new and strange food, so they were laden with enormous bags full of home style delicacies that were carefully and ...
... travel trip. They met in Australia, both worked in New Zealand.
Suva is the capital of Fiji at the Southeastern tip of the main island Viti Levu. With about 88,000 people, Suva is the biggest city in the entire South Pacific. It hosts the University of the South Pacific, a university providing education to and remotely in 12 Pacific Nations.
In Suva, we had the chance to see a lot of local life as it is not very tourist at ...
... came out after us to return our guitar, which we had absentmindedly left next to the scanning machine! We didn't know how we would be transferring across to Nadi but soon found our bus. Just outside, an accommodating Fijian Airways staff member called our B&B up to find out where the coach should drop us off. Apparently, B&B usually stands for Bold and Beautiful here, not Bed and Breakfast! On the coach, there were boxes of drinks and piles ...