The Terraces Apartments Denarau
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... whole day crossing the date line. Tuesday the 11/11/14 did not exist for us this year. Denarau Island is 20 min drive from the airport. It is a man made island built about 15yrs ago and houses some big hotels, golf courses and a marina with bars and shops. As you can see from the photo's it's very lush, green and very beautiful but also very sterile. The sand on the beaches is dark and ...
... onto a bus for Nadi. I suspected that we had got to Nadi so asked the lady next to me for confirmation and hopped off - it cost me the grand total of 76 cents.
In town I first met Vinny, a Fijian guy standing on the street wearing the traditional sarong which for men looks a bit like the old fashioned apron that a waiter used to wear rather than the brightly coloured sarong that women wear. I shook his hand, one of the umpteenth hands I’d ...
... the day before our flight and wouldn’t have to face the same ordeal as the other guy. On that subject, it turned out that he did miss his flight and we witnessed the Beachcomber manager having a heated discussion with the boat company as we tried to sort out our own problems. So much for Fijian friendliness. With our stay on Beachcomber being halved, Junior and I were determined to make the most of our one night. We had a quick walk around ...
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Day 2 kicked off with Georgia and Archie keen to hit the pools, spa's, cool slides and sidled up to the pool bar to share a rainbow slushie. The kids club activity was t-shirt or sarong painting and Georgia chose the pink ...
... popcorn and cake. We
explain we are here for the duration of the winds which was all fine with them.
They set up the kava bowl and obligingly we join in the ritual. They invite us
to join them the following day to walk across the island to visit relatives in Smiley Bay. Early
next day we arrive with more popcorn and some apples – a rare commodity. During
the walk they opened baby coconut – tiriki – and we ate the ...