Best Western Suva Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
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... thinks he's a star, and its a completely dilapidated car. The driver slid the back out around turns - completely unnecessary, but he clearly thought that this added to the experience. The experience was clearly enhanced by a nonchalant one hand on the wheel, simultaneously affecting an ostentatiously cool face whilst his feet worked the pedals with a frenzy, kicking up small puffs of rusty dust with the firmer presses on the accelerator, ...
... by all of the options. The ancient looking tailor busied around me, measuring angles and lengths of my arms and torso with what seemed to be an antique tape. He fired questions at me about type of collar, classic or slim fit, what trousers would I be wearing. Thank goodness Sera was there to help with the decision making: classic with mandarin collar.
Honor and Veronica were similarly measured up and there were even more decisions to ...
10 hours on an absolutely packed plane was painful; swollen ankles, cotton mouth, sore eyes, squashed elbows and numb bottom painful.
Landing in Nadi, Fiji was a blessed relief. We had finally landed in Fiji. There was a greeting party of 4 Fijian musicians playing guitars & ukuleles, dressed in sulus and shouting a welcome Bula (hello) to the knots of dazed looking passengers walking past. It was the most smile inducing welcome I had ever ...
... there are more countries there these days; Sudan has now become North Sudan and South Sudan. Our landing was very abrupt. We touched down on Fijian soil with a huge thump before disembarking from our 737 and strolling across the asphalt to the tiny one storey terminal. The Fijian reputation for friendliness seems very well founded and we had shared a smile or a joke with nearly a dozen members of staff before we got out into the car park. A customs ...
... much about the ancient Fijian ways. The best thing the missionaries did was to help stop cannibalism and the killing of the chief’s wife upon his death. The warriors demonstrated a battle with another tribe and the aftermath, which gave us a good idea of the gruesomeness of the early days. They ended the show with a coconut husking competition.
As we drove back to the city our guide stopped to show us the taro plants ...