Trans International Hotel

3939 Queens Road, Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nadi

Surviving the cyclone

A travel blog entry by tashenry

... our way back to shelter we were immediately asked by our favourite couple to play uno.... AGAIN!! The time passed quickly and we were soon packed and ready to head back. The boat arrived bashing and rocking into the waves and our bags were being thrown on carelessly, with us everyone watching nervously to make sure there bag made it! Henry looked over to see him bag verging on falling into the sea and was forced to sit with it on his lap! The boat journey from the island ...

Fiji :-)))

A travel blog entry by agi-pip

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... calm waters! And so we found our favourite place to watch the sunsets, either on the rocks on the beach or on the canoe watching the most spectacular colours fill the sky and then reflect from the mirror like sea! Magical!

Dinners were yummy with plenty of fresh fish and one night we were treated to their local feast which is all types of meat and fish wrapped in banana leaves and left to cook under a hot stone in the fire place for several hours. ...

The Fijians

A travel blog entry by gunduana

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... comes together after dinner for a Kava session. Actually, at the resorts it's everybody, men and women alike, staff and guests alike - in the more traditional villages it will only be the men. Kava is a drink made up of the ground up roots of the Kava plant. The drink as such looks like murky puddle water, it has a bitter taste to it and leaves the mouth and throat feeling slightly numb (sort of like after having a throat lozenge). It has a calming ...

Bula!!

A travel blog entry by layladennis

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... up for the journey. Our catamaran, Tiger lV, arrived and boarding started at midday for the 12.15 sailing. We grabbed seats up on the deck and set off for Treasure Island. The water started off pretty calm, however this changed as we neared the smaller resort islands. First stop was South Sea Island, which was a really tiny island, followed by Bounty Island, and then it was on to Treasure Island. We had to transfer from the catamaran to a smaller Dhoni - style boat to get us ...

Day 7 Likuliku

A travel blog entry by kathweb59

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... in sleeved tops, ladies with sarongs over our shorts. After our visit we got back in our boat and we were taken to a village for a tour and handicrafts market. Many of Likuliku's staff come from here so it was great to see their homes and get a bit of an insight into their lifestyle. Neumi one of the barmen named the kids in my ...

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This hotel, located on 3939 Queens Road, Nadi, is near Aqua Blue Dive & Snorkel.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair