Otto and Fanny's Place
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... 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 ...
... d our pies (is cheers’d a word?) and they were delicious and consumed in no time. Jamie and Alex both had strawberry thick shakes which tasted Yumola – I sampled Jamie’s.
We went to the supermarket and bout a few things. Got several packets of frozen chips to go with several meals and we got a large 1kg bag of prawns for a prawn stir fry. I got a small broccoli, zucchini, red capsicum also for the stir fry; these items were each F$20 per kilo ...
Day 5 (Tuesday 2nd December 2014)
Another chillaxing day of sun and Fiji kicking back. Went in the pool again and Jamie and I did Water Aerobics; it was fun, not too taxing and about the level of energy I want to expend on holiday. After Water Aerobics we got some noodles and hung about in the pool floating down towards the Swim Up Bar. Deciding we needed a change we jumped into the spa ...
... to get some short ZZZZ’s on the plane.
Arrival in Brisbane and the airport was abit overcast from crazy weather they had the day before – seems they had 140KPH winds and wild willy-weather.
We headed out of the airport to the air train that links the domestic with the International airport – a well-managed train that goes right to Roma Station into the city – Melbourne is so overdue for train link to the city. ...
... ship well worth it. It was 84 degrees and sunny all day, with a comfortable breeze.
We sailed at sunset for Suva, on the Eastern side of Fiji and passed by many small islands and atolls along the way.
Again Bob planned to SCUBA the reefs on the other end ...