Otto and Fanny's Place
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... dollars into Fijian dollars. Outside we were greeted by two Fijian men who wanted to talk about Australia's win last night in the rugby. Alarm bells rang when they asked if we were on our honeymoon. One man then shoved some wooden souvenirs wrapped in paper into Robyn's hand insisting she have them. We insisted we wouldn't be allowed to take them into Australia so he then asked for a couple of dollars to feed ...
... he was reported to have cried "Lau-toka!". The first known European sighting of the Lautoka area took place on 7 May 1789. History has it that Captain William Bligh spotted and roughly charted the coasts of Lautoka while making his epic voyage to Timor in the wake of the Mutiny on the Bounty in which he and a few sailors loyal to him were thrown overboard and cast adrift on a life boat.
Many Indian and Chinese restaurants line Vitogo ...
... I'm just a weirdo. Once we got back, I dried out in the sun until happy hour. :) Then I propped up the bar for an hour. Had a few cocktails and chatted to Joe the barman and watched a replay of Scotland. Then a random lady bought me a drink because 'she knows what it's like to be a tourist' ....huh. Whatever free drink wooooo. Then it was lunch followed by turtle feeding. They were babies :) Part of a program on the island to boost the ...
I had a great time yesterday and a great meal last night at the hotel and now I'm heading to Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple. This unique Hindu temple, the largest in the southern hemisphere, reflects an architectural style rarely seen outside India, and houses sacred statues designed by craftspeople brought over from India.
... they were too engrossed in the fight. So I thought it was time to depart and find Nick so I left them to it. The Fijian's really do not like the Indian or Chinese as they feel they have taken all the local business. After this little episode we came back to the hotel to chill out but did manage to squeeze in a quick lunch at a little indian restaurant on the river which was so cheap and one of the nicest indian meals we have ever had. Heading off to night to LA and Yosemite National ...