The Terraces Apartments Denarau
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Today was basically to get over my transit day.. Or two days as it worked out! A day of eating, drinking and watching England's abysmal efforts at cricket.... On the way out in the evening there was a display of fire juggling/spinning or what ever you call it.. Then strangely for a Saturday night, everything shut early.... Ah well, I had to be up for the ferry tomorrow....
Well it's the day of the wedding.... And the morning started perfectly... Blue sky, slight breeze.
clouds are slowly rolling in.... And the wind is picking up.... I hope it doesn't take a turn at 3pm!
went for my morning walk.... The only negative I can find, ...
... we were offered a bottle of (French) Chapagne and nibbles to say "Sorry". We decided to accept the champers and felt much better about the problems.
We explored the Sheraton & Westin Resorts and the shops just outside. Thought that we had found a tourist information booth, but it turned into an offer of FJ$100 off the cost of a Mexican meal at the neighbouring Wyndham Resort. Of course there was a catch. Sit in front of a 90 ...
... where the majority of the wedding guests were staying for Happy Hour, followed by dinner with the 20 people who had used the wedding as an excuse for a Fijian holiday.
It was a very slow start to Saturday morning, and I finally made it to a lounge bed under a palm tree on the beach with a book interrupted only for lunch. At 4pm we mustered back at Plantation Island and were driven (well towed on a trailer) to westerly facing part of the island ...
... process. But I did write a paragraph about it on feedback form, after all I was paying a premium to stay here.............
Keeping our lush lawns immaculate was the job of two Fijians who wore straw hats for sun protection and mowed the lawn in bare feet. Whilst working around the pool they would use a form of sign language to communicate so as not to shout and disturb the snoozing sun bathers. Then they would start up the line trimmer and I would laugh to myself thinking ...