The Crow's Nest
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... time to board. Dominic was so excited for his free Fiji beer. We ended up having about 3 each and making a tower of empty cans. Soon after the girl behind us asked us to take them down as she couldn't see the screen, and the air steward came and asked us to be quiet. Haha. The flight was pretty funny. We arrived in Melbourne, got the skybus to our hotel. Checked in and popped across to pie face for a midnight snack. And that's the end of the Fiji tales. Hope you enjoy the read ...
Day 13 Wednesday 10th December 2014)
The first test was today so Malani and Zach were keen to watch the game. I took a stroll over to the Golf Club and watched abit of it and then headed back to the apartment.
More dips in the pool today floating about on pool toys finishing off in the spa.
Tonight's apartment cooked meal was Tandoori (Maryland) Chicken; I had covered the pieces 24 hours before and scored ...
... while in the apartment, got changed and went for a brief swim in the pool after jumping out and getting in the spa. We stayed in the spa for about 25 minutes and then got out; it gets very hot in the spa as they have it turned up sky high. I went back to the apartment and had a shower and we got sorted for tonight's celebration.
Its Zach’s 19th birthday.
We caught the Westbus (apprehensive that the bus ...
... Can’t believe they were selling that grey coloured (soft on the squeeze) potatoe – definitely returnable at Coles or Safeway.
We had it with the waiting about in the humidity and chemical stench of the Tattoo/Hair Dressing Salon so decided to make a B-Line of the West Bus and the aircon comfort of the Wyndham.
Jack and I went to another local Supermarket and bought some frozen chips; can’t find anywhere that sells proper ...
... 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 ...