Best Western Suva Motor Inn
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Coincidence? Happenstance? Chance? What are the odds of random circumstances coming together in a confluence of time and space?My mom and dad were married in November 1941, one month before Pearl Harbor was bombed. He joined the Army and served as a First Sergeant during World War II, stationed for most of his service time in the Fiji Islands. Later, toward the end of the war, he was sent to ...
Friday 13 June, Day 19.
We return to Suva, Fiji's capital. The port is just a stone's throw from the bus station and shopping district. As we tie up we watch all the activity with people arriving for work on this Friday morning. We had a relaxed start at 9.00am for a half hour bus ride west to the Fiji Zip location. We had around 30 people on a large bus and all went well until we turned off on ...
... but I've never reacted to food except avocado! My immediate thought is I've got something on my skin from the trek so I decide to go have a shower to see if that helps. I have a shower and put some antihistamine cream on silly me I've forgotten my tablets. As I walked back into the room Amy noticed the rash has spread down my arms an down my back an it was burning. My head was still throbbing I'm starting to worry now as I have no idea what it is, I decided it was time to head ...
... pain until I could get to a safe spot to get it out. And they were monthly ones...and I now don't have enough for the time I'm away...but we will worry about that as we go. We left the waterfalls and started trekking through the jungle to a point where a boat was waiting to take us to the beach. We waded through the river to the pick up point and enjoyed a trip down the winding river, through the mangroves to the open waters of the sea. The jungle in Fiji is very different ...
... it says we get a city tour and we did not. We did see the president's house and his guard. We had a brief stop at a market to get some school supplies to donate to the school we visited. The school visit, its a different school each time for their trip and its rural schools only as they do not have as many resources. This part is the one I was most looking forward to and I enjoyed it very much. Year 5 kids greeted us and then ...