The Crow's Nest
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... when we are only a few miles off the port (the first photos are taken at 12.43). The weather is overcast, with light winds and a threat of rain. The city looks a lot bigger than we remember, with white multi-storey resorts and condos stretching for miles south of the main city. The nickel smelter and its attendant piles of ore and tailings still dominate the city and port area.
There is a Royal Caribbean ship on the other side of the wharf, but no sign of ...
... word is "Life", but is used a greeting which implies wishes for good health. Now from here on in, this word is used everywhere. The Fijians are extremely friendly and welcoming. In my opinion at first, they don't seem very welcoming, but they are more than happy to help and are very warm and lovely once you get speaking to them. At each place we have been to so far, we have had the privilege of being guided by someone, or had someone to greet us or have been around ...
Wow, this place is beautiful! But I suppose anything seems that way after 5 and a half hours on a plane. I had to a stopover in Sydney for a little longer than two hours before I changed flights to Nadi. If teachers wish to take students on this trip I would suggest an itinerary for the stopovers to occupy students while waiting in the airport. Perhaps students could go shopping in groups until ...
We left our hostel at Tanoa Rakiraki at 9.30 and stopped off at the tomb of the last cannibal in Fiji named Udre Udre. We drove through the Fijian cane belt to the Sabeto hot pools. First we smothered ourselves in mud until it dried and entered the mud pool- which as the name insinuates is a pool of mud though the texture on the bottom of the pool is so strange. It's so mushy ...
... more retelling stories of her past before heading back to the hotel to find the swimming pool. We enjoyed a refreshing swim, to cool us down. Temperatures reaching 25 Degrees Celsius before trying out the bike, treadmill and weights at the gym. After attending the gym we were hungry, so went down for dinner. Nathan shared his 14 inch pizza with Rach. It was enormous, costing only £8. We then spent the evening packing, preparing for tomorrows island ...