Palmlea Farms Lodge & Bures
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and then just went around the few shops. Then we booked our last bit of accommodation in Fij :( We don't want to leave Fiji as it's so beautiful, but we are looking forward to NZ and started trying to plan out what we are going to do there this evening.
... crashed the conversation. Clearly crazy and left out in the sun too long he reminded me of what Alex might've ended up like if he never managed to leave Kampot. I cut out around 6 to use the free tinterweb at the hostel (they only switch it on at specific times) then headed for a chinese which more than made up for the ****** effort in Suva. After this I watched half of Safe (one of the films I watched on the plane to Tokyo) on my tablet before calling it an early ...
... local bus and along the way, people from small villages going to market were picked up along with the things they were selling. Mainly it was kava root and taro root. When we arrived in town, it was directly to the market for a pass through, as we planned to buy produce and kava here. The majority of the vendors looked to be Indian rather than Fijian. There were colorful saris, beautiful produce, full leaf tobacco, grains, and of course, kava. ...
So, Split Rock is just that . . . a split rock! About 3km from where we are staying, there is a spot along the road where you ...
Not much more to report unfortunately. It's been a count down of days for the past three weeks and now it's to the lucky number of 7. Seems amazing really that it's finally wrapping up. It's been a long summer and this "season" if you can call it that, is far from over but I'm happy to have this much under my ...