Novotel Suva Lami Bay
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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I took the bus from Nadi to the other side of the main island to Suva. Passing ploughs pulled by horses, cows with up to 4 birds perched on their back and a big pig freaking out in the middle of the road. All manner of pants, blind weed type with leaves the size of roasting tin, blue and pink lilies, light and dark pink ginger flowers.
... There were a few taxi drivers hanging around smoking and chatting so I arranged our lift to the airport on Friday. I made it absolutely clear that while the concept of Fiji Time was quirky and fun it would not be acceptable when taking us to the airport for an international flight. They all thought this was hilarious which was not exactly reassuring. It's booked now anyway so I'll just have to pray the bloke turns up.
We bought a box of Fiji Gold, the ...
... he hunts for and spears fish in the traditional way. Rugby is huge in Fiji and we went to the game between our village province and the city of Suva - watching the game with the locals, the atmosphere was electrifying and the village provincial team won the game. We also enjoyed the company of a lovely American couple, Howard and Mary, who were also staying at the home, sharing the ...
... walk way you had to follow once we reached the end we then had to take a giant leap to the edge so we didn't get submerged in thick swamp mud. One of the girls misjudged her leap and one of legs right up her bum got submerged she was covered! We carried on trekking through a field with our now squelchy trainers. We then entered another part of the forest this being a really steep slope, we slowly made our way down it was so slippery and hard to keep up right, the poor girl that ...
... be knighted and receive their shields that they have designed themselves. Fun! Other cool activities to mention is Bill's spearfishing (he actually got one that was served for dinner). Also everyone did a cool manta ray snorkel! After four hours of cruising, we made our way back to Nadi and docked at Denaru Island, to get the boat prepared for the crossing. During our few days there, we were able to visit one of the The Big Blues ...