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 ...
Up early to get ready for our Long Boat trip to Nuhlilili area. The usual chat at breaky even after asking for a table for 2 we were sat right next to another table for 2, oh well good try. Off we head on an older bus does have windows with Toni our guide his real name is Etonia what a truly nice bloke he was. Through the town & off to the country an hour run to get to where we were heading to Nuhlilili area. Arrived to see our ...
... we got back we'd had a few drinks and I'd forgotten about my frazzled shoulders and we merrily drifted off to sleep. I was shaken awake by a panicking Ashleigh at around 2am. "There's something in the room!" She exclaimed. It took a few moments for me to work out where I was and what the hell was going on. I'd had a few pints. I could hear something rustling about near the front door. The light switch itself was also next to the front door so I scrambled about in ...
... so we learned a lot about Fiji's history and lifestyle on the way.
Wow – what a wonderful experience being able to visit a local village. We were greeted at the bus by warriors, walked through the village and had a kava ceremony in their hall where the villagers sang and danced for us. The young warriors also did a haka. This included 3 white warriors (three Italian guys staying at a nearby village had been invited to take part in the ceremonies). ...
... lunch with our EU colleagues. In Fiji. Here's the menu:
Palusami: taro (manioc) leaves with coconut milk, served with kassava chips or boiled taro root (I think we're gonna try making spanakoryzo with coconut milk).
Kokoda: lemon marinated fish in coconut milk, think ceviche without the coriander and with coconut milk (Michali you might ...