Best Western Suva Motor Inn
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... snapper, pork, cole slaw, coconut banana, cheese bread and fruit punch make for a great traditional Samoan dinner. There's a camera crew from FBC filming our entire adventure for a documentary on island tourism and they can be seen in some pictures.
The group in the first boat has already returned to the ship. We say goodbye and they sing a farewell song in Samoan as we leave. It's a long ride back to Suva and we get to the ship in ...
... another of the boats ended up in the same fate.
One of the other boats was brought back and pulled up next to ours, so some of us climbed over into that and we were eventually transported over the rapids. All a bit of fun really.
A little further upstream, we pulled into a small cove beside the other boats. From here it was a short walk up to the waterfall. If we had seen the movie Anaconda 2, we may have recognised this waterfall, luckily there are no ...
Woke up early this morning and had breakfast on the beach front whilst watching some of the Fiji v Uruguay World Cup Rugby game. There were loads of people there watching including the Rugby 7's guys, one of them was Suka's cousin. We jumped on our tour bus to head to the capital, Suva. It took an hour or so and we got out to have a look round the town. It was really busy and the shopping centre was quite similar to home in the shops that it had. We brought ...
... understand. Today I ended the circle and came back to Suva by the King's Road. I left at 8:30am and arrived in Suva around 2:00pm. No film, no music full blast, I arrived at the Columban Frs. Where there will be akava ceremony marking our departure, from Fiji, three of us. For my part, I leave for New Zealand. PsYesterday, having no wi-fi, I didn't send an entry to my blog. QUESTION: WHAT DO I HAVE IN COMMON WITH QUEEN ELIZABETH AND THE ENGLISH WRITER SOMERSET ...
After a morning at the hospital Honor and I were taken up to St Joseph's high school for girls where she will be working for a few days. Although Honor is a good netball player, this school has previously won the Fijian national championships and they are slightly better than good. The Antenatal clinic sister and mother of one of the girls escorted us over to the school and we joined in the lunch time break. The gardens were full of huddles of ...