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  • Suva - where cruise ships stop & traders know itStill intrigued by our determination to catch the public bus into Suva, Seru walks with us to the road to flag one down. Buses are a mix of 12-seater minibuses and conventional ones and all run on Fiji time... timetable Posted by jbushie in A South Pacific Paradise | Jun 16, 2014
  • More luxurious not-much... with fish addedThe days just keep getting better here. This morning is wind-free and warm with a glassy sea and pool. Emma has already been out for a paddle board when we meet for breakfast with serenading. Of course... David is making palm Posted by jbushie in A South Pacific Paradise | Jun 17, 2014
  • Today's lesson is FOOD... And not just eating itFrom the range of paid activities on offer, we have allowed ourselves one excursion and one spa treatment. Today is 'Food Safari' day! But in Nanuku style, this is not outsourced to a third party. Seru has booked a taxi and personally Posted by jbushie in A South Pacific Paradise | Jun 18, 2014
  • Today is RELAXATION... Self-inflicted and imposed.I tossed for quite a while last night. The lure of premium snorkelling is great but the thought of kayakng at least 1km through open sea to an outer reef is unnerving. Surely the kayak would sink with my weight Posted by jbushie in A South Pacific Paradise | Jun 19, 2014
  • Yep... Have died and gone to heaven.A five hour flight 'overnight' is not really an overnight flight in the sense of a chance to sleep while flying. Not when there is supper, overhead movies twinkling, passengers coughing, toddlers squealing and lights on for descent at around Posted by jbushie in A South Pacific Paradise | Jun 13, 2014
  • Sunday - a day of luxurious not-much.The rain wakes me overnight, drumming on the tin roof that lies under the traditional thatch. It is a while before l nod off again, so with no alarm set it is not surprising that l wake some time after Posted by jbushie in A South Pacific Paradise | Jun 14, 2014
  • Monday - a day of luxurious not-much!I am happy to beat my alarm and wake just after 8am. The sky is blue, the sun is shining and the breeze is gentle. The morning is bike riding for Emma and reading for me. And eating, of course. Posted by jbushie in A South Pacific Paradise | Jun 15, 2014
  • One day in FijiInden at vi tog hjemme fra Danmark havde vi faaet at vide at det maaske var en god ide med et visum til Kiribat (det var saadan det svar var som jeg fik fra turist ministeriet paa Kiribati var), men Posted by EvaMariaTravels in A DREAM COMING TRUE! Sailing for five weeks from Tuvalu to Kiribati. | Aug 11, 2007
  • Short lay-over in NadiSaa havde vi lige et par timer i Nadi, som udtales Nandi. Det er ikke Fijis hovedstad, men det er den stoerste by. Det var meningen at vi skulle flyve videre kl. 11, men vi naaede et fly kl 7, Posted by EvaMariaTravels in A DREAM COMING TRUE! Sailing for five weeks from Tuvalu to Kiribati. | Aug 11, 2007
  • "You're British! ...I could tell from the T-Shirt" Bula Bula, Bula Bula Bula - that's Fijian for...well, anything you want it to be really! - They seem to say it at any and every occasion possible The first long stop of my trip by mys Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels 🌍 | Oct 11, 2013
  • Enroute-Rebooting for the Second LegWe are working our adaptability muscles. Every time we drop into a new city or country with new surroundings, climate, currency, perhaps language and if not language an accent or habits that are unfamiliar it requires us to let go Posted by donnajimtravels in Adventures by donnajimtravels | Nov 2, 2012
  • Suva - FijiIn Fiji we had booked a day trip out to a nearby island. On the island we watched traditional dancing & weaving skills & drank coconut milk out of the coconut There was lots of theme parties Posted by hillbillyramsey in Hilary's Travelpod blog | Jan 15, 1980
  • Big 50Today is M's 50[sup]th[/sup] Birthday. There has been a longstanding joke when K kept asking what we were going to do 'special’, to mark the occasion, as if Fiji wasn’t enough. So the day was split in two, a morning Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 1 | Feb 7, 2013
  • Thinking of friendsAs we are effectively a day ahead, we will simply say that all our thoughts are with everyone in Gloucester today (UK 8[sup]th[/sup]) - much love from both of us to Tricia and all her supporting family and friends. Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 1 | Feb 8, 2013
  • Last Yasawas IslandAnother Island hop to Nabua Lodge on the island of Nacula. Nabua Lodge retains all the traditional values of old Fiji and was recommended to us by the family at Wayalailai. We definitely prefer the small resorts as Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 1 | Feb 9, 2013
  • The Beach House ResortNot every plan comes into fruition, so our original planned trip around the island of Fiji was scuppered by dodgy Indian car hire companies. We had discovered too many pitfalls in their car hire scheme to take the risk of Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 1 | Feb 11, 2013
  • Arrival in FijiA 3hr hop on Asia Pacific delivered us in questionable style to Nadi in Fiji. How can first impressions of Fiji not be pretty special when every visitor is serenaded into the country by a quartet in the arrivals Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 1 | Feb 2, 2013
  • Last day in FijiWe left the Beachouse and headed back up to Nadi and the airport on a first class bus. In Nadi M decided to remove the 80s quiff and ponytail with a super cheap £1.50 Indian haircut. The Nadi population is Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 1 | Feb 12, 2013
  • First Yasawas Island - WayasewaA rather pleasant 6 am start to catch the Yasawas Flyer (AKA Big Yellow Boat despite it being white) up to Wayasewa and our first stop at Wayalailai Eco Haven Resort. Driving to the jetty passed the local schools, Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 1 | Feb 4, 2013
  • Mantaray BayAfter a sad departure from Wayalailai, we were back on board the Yasawas Flyer heading for our next destination, Mantaray Island. Unfortunately, it was not Manta Ray season, but the bay, beaches and coral reef were fabulous. K's chances of Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 1 | Feb 6, 2013
  • Oceania: Part 1 This sounds a bit weird considering my flight arrangements… but i'll explain why in a few. It was a last minute decision. Fiji i'm here because i made some calls and decided for my last destination to stay there for Posted by miryahlewis in My Dream Trip Around The World | Jun 4, 2017
  • Continent TwoToday I am going to fly to Suva . The departure time is 7:00 AM and I will arrive Suva at 10:05 AM. It is a 3h 5m long travel time and costs me $405. I will leave from the Posted by Sara. Robin in Dream Trip Around The World | Jun 4, 2017
  • Blog 8August 2, 2017 _________________ After i left Australia, Canberra i then went to Fiji Suva the flight was 4 hours and 45 mins, 2.927 miles, 4.711 km the cost of the plane was $491 and i sta Posted by Nick13 in My Dream Trip Around The World-2017 | May 20, 2017
  • My trip to FigiI took jetstar airways to travel from Melbourne Australia to Nadi, Figi. The flight departed at 5:05am and arrived at 6:30am. The total cost of the flight was $363. I am going to stay in Mana Island and a round Posted by jacy07 in Dream Trip Around The World | May 1, 2017
  • Fhloston Paradise"The Fifth Element" is one of my all-time favorite movies. Director Luc Besson weaves a wonderful tale of the ultimate battle between good and evil, and how ex-soldier Korben Dallas, and woman-of-unknown origin Leeloo, can save the planet in the Posted by mbeymer in The Whole Story | Nov 2, 2015
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