Wellesley Resort Fiji
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 9am even in the heat.
Bit funny as we crusied to breakfast as the shops were still open but in darkness and breakfast was still on but again still a bit dark. Hash Browns were back on today so had 4 with my baked beans and a pineapple juice and I was back up to the room to pack.
Leanne came back a little bit later and said we had an extra hour and could check out at noon. No fun if we can't watch telly or anything but just then the ...
... root is mixed with water from a bamboo pole and squeezed through cloth then wads of dried hibiscus leaf. The resultant mix looks like dam water. Four staff partake in order of seniority (a couple are of 'chiefly' blood) then 'Mr. Ken' - the only male guest and seated as our 'chief' tonight is offered the next bowl. The ladies are then allowed their turn. One downs it as if in a beer sculling competition to loud ...
... we got off at...our group was attacked (and I mean attacked) by sea lice... So it was back on the boat for us and we moved to a new spot. The snorkelling was amazing, we saw sharks, eels and more and Bec was in her element with her GoPro. We can't wait to get back and see the footage. We were out for a little over an hour but it went so quick! When we arrived back it was time for happy hour (of course). We then went to watch the ...
... we all sat around, listening intently. We are loving learning about this beautiful country and it's culture and history. After the bonfire, it was time for dinner and then tonight's activities, the international hermit crab and frog races! Before the fun got underway, each nation represented had to sing their national anthem. We had Australia, New Zealand, Germany, England, Switzerland, New Caledonia and Fiji, and while we were lucky to have a ...
... member of the Commonwealth. After a general election in April 1987, Indians won the majority of seats in the cabinet. The native Fijians rebelled and within a month the Fijian military had staged the first South Pacific's Coup D'Etat. While peaceful, it did lead to the country becoming a Republic, with a new democratically elected government. Along Victoria Parade, the flower hedged main street, stands the Grand Pacific Hotel, a stately reminder of Fiji's colonial past. ...