julie2888Fiji is a beautiful country. The Presidential Palace of Fiji is beside the beautiful street not far from the dock and next to the National Museum of Fiji. The guard soldier is tall and handsome, wearing a white dress, holding a steel gun, with piercing eyes, looking forward. You can take a photo with him.
多多We took the bus from the bus stop to the cruise station and it was only a few Fiji dollars and the bus ride was very frequent. The entrance fee was 5 Fiji dollars. It was so convenient to get to the diving lake via two marked paths. Try to hitchhike the nice guy with pickup to drop us off the mountain otherwise it would have been a 20 minute walk. Walk in the woods was also very enjoyable but there was nothing to see except the lake itself.
多多Friends met on vacation recommended us to this restaurant. They were very impressed with the restaurant and suggested I celebrate our anniversary here. So we drove around for an hour with all 3 families. Food was amazing, drinks were reasonably priced, well modulated ( Big Island Ice Tea - Liked) and the staff were all great. Food had some bad experiences while we were at our hotel and this restaurant made up for everything. A lovely dinner, thanks to all the staff, especially the waiters dressed up for the Munich Oktoberfest, so lovely.
In almost every corner of the South Pacific Resort, the original island style is revealed. Walking into the resort away from the world, several employees wearing traditional costumes slammed the snails above the lagoon and gently hit the wooden drums.
Afterwards, several companions held flower garlands and walked through the wooden promenades to meet the tourists from afar, offering refreshing tea. This solemn and quaint welcome ceremony brings the time to the ancient times of Polynesia.
Enjoy the perfect taste, and then listen to the folks with flowers on the head to play a happy folk song, Nanuku's life is so comfortable, a perfect interpretation of what is called "happiness."
Nanuku not only has the original ecological environment, but also is an excellent choice to experience the local culture. In the slightly gloomy morning, accompanied by the cool sea breeze, walk through the hotel inside and outside. In the private and comfortable resort, the staff will always have a big smile.
Step out of the hotel and walk shortly into the local villages and talk to the villagers as they please. Even though these pristine people live a different lifestyle from the resort. What is constant is the sincere Fijian smile.
Back to Nanuku, the warm and cordial greetings echoed again in the ear, and the short-lived distinction seemed to return to the familiar home again. Soak in the bar, order a drink, chat with people, and life becomes fun again. The night fell again, and the lights in the restaurant looked a little dark. The twinkling candlelight creates an incomparable romantic atmosphere. And the beloved is whispering here, and the air is filled with happiness.
The green rice fields surround the quiet village, and the residents ride on the horses and walk along the road. Here, the original pure Fijian life is still maintained.
Daily time, from the hot sun at noon, until the sunset is gradually softened, there are no tourists on the road, and even local vehicles rarely pass. Occasionally passing a car full of students, the children enthusiastically shouted out the window, the shepherd boy riding a horse, going to the distant forest to pick up firewood, always ask for the road, always give enthusiasm Patience explanations, and through many charming small villages, people seem to be leisurely.
I like this way of traveling as I like, without planning restrictions, the journey is always full of too many unknowns, but there are countless unexpected and wonderful, so slowly, feel the island Feel the customs and feel their happy life. A simple country school, a teenager who is schooling, is playing rugby in the playground in front of the school building. Regardless of living conditions, Fijians madness and obsession with football are incredible.
Because there is very little contact with outsiders, the teenagers here are somewhat subtle. However, after a simple conversation, they will become warm and cheerful. When I said goodbye, I kept waving my hands and shouting "BYE BYE".
The mountain road spirals along the hills, and the blue sea in the distance is interwoven with the vast farmland. When you walk to Nosori, the scenery becomes different.
The dense original jungle is distributed on both sides of the road, and the intertwined river passes through it. It is overlooked by the air, as if there are countless hovering dragons, extending the heart of Viti Levu.
The number of calm rivers is neatly arranged, and the gorgeous sunset glows the sky and the river as red and intoxicating.
Destination Fiji - Suva. Because the earth is round, geographically described, Fiji is the westernmost and most eastern country in the world. Located in the heart of the South Pacific Ocean, it is between the equator and the Tropic of Cancer. It is a must for Australia and New Zealand to travel to North America. It is a beautiful island country in the South Pacific. It consists of 332 islands. The islands are mostly surrounded by coral reefs. The sea is colorful and pleasing to the eye. Fiji welcomed us in a rainstorm, and the warm Fijian people welcomed us with a warm dance.
I just wanted to take pictures with the indigenous guys dressed in national costumes, but an elder with a child also wants to join us for a group photo with a happy expression on their faces, as if they are the happiest Tourists. The capital Suva has one of the top ten honeymoon resorts in the world. It is surrounded by the city, surrounded by bright colors and national flowers and hibiscus all over the city. The flowers are blooming. Here, men wearing skirts and garlands are common dresses.
Sometimes the rainy and cloudy weather did not disturb our mood. We walked all the way to the Capitol, often harvesting local people from the roadside and bus, and using the new school "Buli" to follow them. Say hello, drink a bottle of Fiji water that Obama loves, pick up a hibiscus flower that falls from the tree, and there is no rush of the Beijing capital. I just need to enjoy the leisurely slow pace.
In the days of exile in the island of Vomo, although I was happy, but I didnt have much contact with the locals, I always lacked some flavor. Now, returning to the Big Island of Fiji is the best chance to play with the children. For the journey, add some warm smiles from the 30 degrees south latitude.
On the beach, don't deliberately talk, keep a smile, there will be a large group of local children to take the initiative to come up, vie for your coolest look in front of your camera, don't be restrained, go crazy with them, every A child's smile is as clear as the waters of Fiji.
As long as you raise the camera, there will be a child rushing to the front, automatically arranging the group pose, waiting for you to press the shutter.
The children are very good at English. They communicated happily along the way. They also asked us whether China or Fiji is big. In fact, I really want to tell them that the entire Oceania will add up to the qualifications of China.
In front of us, the children are full of expressive desires, using various methods to show up in various ways, we become the focus of the beach, tired of coping with each child's various shooting requirements, this feeling, It is the most precious experience in a long-lost trip. The sea in Fiji is beautiful, but what is more beautiful is this innocent smile that is warmer than the sun.