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Suva was my first stop in Fiji. it had great reviews and i wanted to go see it for myself. i left from Houston hobby and went straight there.i stayed at the five prince hotel which was great and had very comfortable rooms. once i arrived i got settled in and the day still had plenty hours in it so i went to Colo-i-Suva forest park. it was amazing …
... Rachael answered with a resounding yes and started chatting about Kate and Wills, Diana and the Queen...and then she made the mistake, she asked the question that tipped the conversation into dangerous territory, Caroline's eyes already were radiating enough heat to start a bonfire at Rachael's answers, and Rachael was about to step on a land mine "Do you like the royal family Caroline?" Apparently, this is like asking a Scotsman if he likes the English, or telling a Tribal ...
... specialty restaurants we have booked for - tonight's being Giovanni's Italian restaurant. Five courses! My goodness we felt "extended" after that meal. Ali had GF all the way - so lovingly prepared because of the advance notice she provided. There goes a notch on the belt. Now off to the baroque high acrobatics display in the Centrum. Pictures attached. The we watched the movie "The delivery man" - a story about a man whose debts and sperm donation past catches up with ...
... is here, after being in Australia where everything is red/brown/yellow, its such a shock to see green everywhere. I went in the back of a 4x4 truck to get to the rainforest track which was fun. After the trek, we went to the hotel where we had the whole afternoon off. I played with the kids in the pool for a while. Again too much down time! Friday March 21rst: We drove through Suva, the capital of Fiji, I was very ...
... He seemed to remember though, that the dock had been wooden. As we strolled along the promenade we saw an elderly gentleman with his daughter sitting beside a market stall. He looked old enough to remember the early 60's in Suva so Uwe struck up a conversation with him. He certainly did remember those times and confirmed Uwe's memory of the wooden pier which had been built from wood imported from Malaysia. They had a good old natter and the Fijian gentleman was thrilled ...
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