Otto and Fanny's Place
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... br> We ordered (I had Mongolian Sizzling Pork) and it came relatively quickly; food was nice, the Combination Fried Rice was also good. Prices were very reasonable, my dish was F$12.50. The total bill for all of us was around $F80.
After lunch Jamie and Alex went and got pedicures whilst the rest of us walked around Nadi. Zach found some large fireworks and bought about F$60 worth – he was pretty happy with his ...
... host was entertaining along with the Meke Dancers and the Fijian Fellas who entertained with Fire Dancing.
We danced numerous times and on occasion with the big group of Fijian ladies who were present celebrating their Christmas work function (they were all nannies from the Sheraton on Denarau); they particularly like the male Fijian dancers all sweaty and giving them attention. LOL.
We partied with the Sheraton ...
... this island not what I had in mind for Fiji and back on the big boat on the next island. Oh did it get choppy…I felt so sick! The waves were reaching the top of the boat, it was horrific. After about 3 hours we finally got to Nacula Island where we were staying at Blue Lagoon resort. This was more like it. We got greeted with the staff singing and welcome drinks. The dorm part of the island was hands down the nicest dorm I had been in! I was happy. Then sun popped its head ...
... they give you the box in an already chilled cardboard box that hits the hot weather and wants to fall apart – not good with the 24 Fijian Babies contained therein. Double slab protection and we head over the road to the West Bus and finally back again to the Wyndham.
Enter the apartment and instant cool via the brilliant air-conditioning. Ahhh the serenity. Malani and Jamie followed shortly after; Jamie with her hair braided and Malani cooking ...
... of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. The terrain of the islands makes for difficult living; so most Fijians live along the coasts in Suva or other smaller cities.
Fiji has had a difficult political past with coups in 1987, yet again in 1987, then 2000 and 2006. In September 2009, Fiji was suspended from the Commonwealth of Nations for failure to hold elections the following year. Commodore Frank ...