Novotel Suva Lami Bay
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... my boarding pass and I go and sit waiting for the customs to open their office. Suddenly, the Fiji Airways receptionist comes to me and asks for my boarding pass and leaves with it.. No reason to refuse. A few minutes later, she comes back again and asks for my ticket; no reason to refuse. She leaves but does not come back. After a while, i decide to go over to the counter to see what's happening. As I arrive, the lady is taking ...
... 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 !
The Beachouse were I was staying is owned by Andrew. A white guy who was born on Fiji. He has a girlfriend. That is Katja from Nürnberg, Germany. I have mentioned to her that I plan to visit Suva on Saturday. She came back to me later asking me if I wish to join her as she would take Andrews Landcrusier to drive to Suva. I happily agreed.
So off we went with two more people, a younge couple. He German, she French. Both on a long-term ...
If Apia started off a hot day Suva has got it beat hands down, it started out over 30c and topped 41c with what felt like 99% humidity by early afternoon. We were docked almost in town and there were some quite smart tour buses alongside, as well as some of the "Island Aircon" style, i.e. no windows! There is also a tourist information and tours tent, and for the first time we had an announcement warning us that the ship had been told to warn of tours being offered by anyone other than ...
Day 151 We woke to the alarm again this morning and were soon industriously packing whilst trying to make as little noise as possible, holding snatches of conversation at a whisper. Packing was in fact surprisingly painless, which seemed too good to be true. Perhaps we'll discover that we left a bunch of things behind! Stella was up by the time we headed down for breakfast and rustled up a delicious fruit salad. The time flew by and it was soon time to ...