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We made it to Fiji. We left LA on Thursday and flew overnight for about 10 ½ hours. We lost a day by crossing the International Dateline so Thursday turned into Saturday, overnight.
The Fiji Airport is like many other island airports with a lot of people wanting you to take their taxis, rent their cars, stay in their hotel, …
There were a few reasons why we stopped at Fiji for a few days on the way home. 1. It was cheap to do. 2. It was a great way to unwind for a few days before we got back home to Australia. And 3 It was another country we could tick of the list!
To be honest I didn't know a great deal about the country. So here is a spill. Fiji is an island …
... 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 ...
... lady who got the ***** with me asking questions; but alas her accent and my not understanding; I did ask the same questions several times over; so I can understand her curt manner although she was getting me peeved. So I took my docket and went down to the back ‘Dispatch’ area and waited about. A Fijian fella came downstairs carrying my box of cold Fijian Babies; I went back to the front of the store; double packaged the slab again in a dry ...