Novotel Suva Lami Bay
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... then decided we deserved a swim after the eventful day we had! But as the pools were already closed we went for our first swim in the sea & it was lovely! Could see the fish swimming around us & being dark already by this point it felt so nice knowing there was no damn kids to ruin the peace & tranquility. Finally returning to our room for a good nights rest - a quick night cap was in order about our eventful day in ...
... and is built into the natural caves and cliffs that are along the coast. We are surprised how basic it is but after we descend a very steep set of stairs to the beach and enter the main hut, we are stunned by the 4 piece band with the Chief as the lead singer and his wife who is in charge of the bar. It is a big party and we dance and enjoy a feast consisting of suckling pig, fish in coconut cream and fresh vegetables prepared Tongan style. We head to the Hina Cave where ...
... it. Each roll and fold of the boat required the air to be pressed out until finally the boat was about the size of a big roll of loft insulation. We were on the river paddling for four hours with lunch in between and I just wanted to turn around and do it all over again.
In the photos I'm the one at the front of the boat on the right of the photo (pink rashie sleeves).
Which brings me to Thursday 11th ...
... Chiefs, a younger dad & alan who I had met on an earlier trip with his wife Ruth. He was chuffed to be doing it. He told me later how pleased he was to be part of the celebrations not something he would normally do he usually sits back. So the celebrations continue we are welcomed guests welcome to come back forever more. A lovely morning we both had. Then back to Suva to check it out. We were told by a fellow passenger at ...
... Maybe sailing the hobby-cat would be better. Something more substantial to cling to. Maybe even lash out on the little tinnie and motor out. All fears are answered when we wake to an overcast morning with choppy seas and a high tide. And so it's another leisurely breakfast before Emma elects to learn some Fijian songs from the morning's musical trio and l go gathering shells to learn beadmaking. And then ...