Otto and Fanny's Place
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... places that isn't touched by too much tourism and has such friendly people that are always shouting out "Bula, Bula!" As you walk by. We boarded the flight back to Nadi at 4:10 on Thursday and said our goodbyes in the airport. It was great to have everyone here with us for the past couple weeks. Jared and I headed to a hotel in lautoka just 15 minutes away from Nadi. We are here for two nights before continuing on to the ...
... top of one another. Most were still alive, but judging by the smell- many had expired. Some were trying to escape and we were pretty happy to make it through with all of our toes. Contributing to the smell were small piles of dead shrimp. An amazing sight.
The shopping in Lautoka was really bizarre. There were a lot of ‘slash’ shops. Clothing/dvds/electronics/barber. Barber/engraver/takeaway/clothing. The city, and apparently most of ...
... and monuments. We received a tour from one of Antonio's relatives who lives in the village, and afterward, were invited into their house for a Fijian breakfast, which consisted of casava- a root plant whose paste is used for a gel which they pound, form into small loaves and then bake in breadfruit leaves, followed by hot fresh-brewed Fijian tea and a mango juice chaser. We sat with the extended family as they shared ...
Day 14 Thursday 11th December 2014
Back down the pool again and it was day 2 of the test. More chillaxing and hanging out.
Earlier we went for a walk along the beach towards the Sheraton to the rocks and back – it was nice along the coast.
I headed into Nadi via the Westbus – it was the large bus this time, wow it was packed; hard to get a seat with my ...
Day 7 (Thursday 4th December 2014)
Jamie and I were up very early at 0630 hours and were collected in the lobby at 0730 hours. Not long before Malani had also got up and cooked us some toast for breakkie and prepared our lunch – toasted cheese sandwiches wrapped in foil.
Collected by our young Indian lady from a local tour company; we headed into Nadi and then out on Queens Road towards Singatoka – ...