- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... been far beyond our stingy budget; Fiji Airways were affording us a complimentary hotel room and meals to compensate for our cancelled flight. When we arrived at the hotel we were confronted by the 2nd largest lady I have ever seen (we should have put her in touch with the woman on the plane and taken credit for the creation of the world's most intimidating female wrestling tag team). This, as ever, very pleasant (we were yet to meet an unpleasant Tongan) lady asked us one of ...
... produce to all comers. Presumably, the relative aesthetic beauty of the prison illustrated both the lack of serious criminals on the island and the fact that any escapees would be fairly easy to identify given the size of both the main island, Tongatapu, and its population of only around 100,000. On arrival at Tony's, it was clear that, unlike what had been suggested to us, this place was nowhere near the town centre and so we opted for the slightly more expensive ...
... to the islands high point at the far north of the island and fantastic views over the cliff edge and out across the pacific. A fitting end to our day.Eua was a real experience and definitely off the ‘beaten track’ but after the second gas escape into our lodge room we decided that perhaps we weren’t quite so intrepid and left earlier than intended back to Tongatapu and the bright city lights! Well, lights and roads anyway. ...
... managed to get a cool gift for my dad.
Across the road was a bar called Reload (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Reload- Bar-Tonga/156057704465308) where we plonked ourselves on stools and had ourselves some Tongan beer called Maka. It was two for TOP10, about $6. Then Al came back with four beers. Hooray, it was happy hour. We checked out the label and found out the bloody beer was made in Auckland, so we switched to Popao ...
... s dancing. A drop in temperature this morning. At 7.30am it was 20C, the wind Force 4 and sea slight. The temperature did not rise much during the day. Final choir practice for Erica and the rest of the vocalists and then at 2pm they performed in front of the passengers for about thirty minutes. They sang really well and received a lot of applause. Good for them. I managed to video a couple of the songs but there was some movement in the recording due to the movement of the ...