Best Western Suva Motor Inn
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... especially mahogany. They, also, export cement throughout the South Pacific.
The area is multicultural, but most are of Indian or Fijian decent. The Chinese and Indians were brought in in 1800 to work in the sugar cane fields. Today these people are the merchants and are teaching the locals how to manage money and plan for the future. The Fijians are not worriers and just live each day, but they are learning to build ...
... creeks or a creek numerous times and walked through farmers crops before getting to Waisese Falls. Everyone was really excited about the cool refreshing water. We swam to the far side of the pool, climbed out and hike a few more minutes to the top tier of the falls. Here we did some more swimming and let the power of the falling water rain on us. On the way back we actually hike down through the falls, slowly making our way down the rocks and ...
... eyes. Mom didn’t care much for it, though. I didn’t understand why back then, but I figured it out as I got older. The woman in the picture, the curvy dead ringer, was topless! <smile>My sister, brother and I LOVED plundering through Mama’s Hope Chest. We marveled over those trinkets for hours. Fiji was a strange, exhilarating, thrilling land, the stuff of fantasy for three ...
... time. Some folks went too fast and didn't brake in time, so arrived in a bundle. Other braked too soon or too much, so had to be hauled along the wire by the staff. They just grabbed the closest body part, be it a leg or belt, and dragged you up the cable.
After the first zip we had a steep climb up a forest path to the next stage. Thereafter it was all down hill, going from one tree ...
... the guitar music, ate a wonderful dinner consisting of the local fish, drank a lot of Arta tequila and of course drank a lot of kava! It was fun to experience the ceremony of drinking kava with the locals. The next day we did the famous shark dive twice. We went with three guides who had previously stashed three large trash cans with fish for the feeding. I call it a tornado of fish. It was amazing! There were mostly nurse and lemon ...