Best Western Suva Motor Inn
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... are either Hindus or Moslems. They mostly speak Fiji-Hindi, but also Urdu. Fiji-Hindi is barely understood by Indians from India. There are three official languages in Fiji: Fijian (Bauan), Fiji-Hindi, and English.
Both, local Fijians and Fiji-Indians have told me that they do not really mingle. Inter-ethnic marriages are very rare and the two groups (if not living in a town) they mostly live in different villages. So there are ...
... ceremony which the Captain and Deputy Captain happily conducted – again another beautiful effort from P&O to make the event special, and a massive thank you again to Liz for filming it for us (for an eventual montage). There was a poem in our service which was suitable and followed the idea of being made of water and now returning to the water; there’s something quiet special about maritime focused poetry that makes a lot of sense when it comes to ...
... and fire walking are some of those still found in the area.
Suva has a rain forest climate and averages around 118 inches of rain a year. Even in its driest month, July, Suva gets about 5 inches of precipitation. It is warm all year long with average temperatures ranging from 72*-82*. Many homes are built on stilts because flooding is so common. Tourism, sugar production, gold mining and timber drive the ...
... rocks in front of a man's house. Nevertheless even with this going on eventually British missionaries settled on the island around the early 1800's, bringing with them Christianity. In 1863 cannibalism was stopped and the Methodist church took over as the main religion. Eventually the English brought Indian's with them to work the sugar canes and now around 45% of Fiji's population is Indian.
Our first stop was in a traditional village. ...
... the last, we spent most of the morning relaxing on the beach. A few more boats turned up bringing people to the island for lunch. They felt like intruders to us island veterans, residents on Robinson Crusoe, but thankfully they weren't there for long. By mid afternoon we were almost alone on the island again. We stayed on the beach until dinner time. At night the vibe was completely different to the night before. Instead of high energy live fire show there was ...