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.
东游西浪A nice place, opposite the Pacific Hotel. It's a pity that it rains every day, and the grass has some water, otherwise it will be more beautiful. This is one of the traces left by the British, you can take a look. There are photos, see for yourself...
淼淼0301Levuka can be called a place with mountains and water. The environment here is absolutely first-class, and it faces the sea. It feels very enjoyable to watch the beautiful scenery and the sea breeze here. The local children also so cute.
yangduoduo17When walking around the city, look down the street, did not go in. I wanted to donate, but a local called us to the counter, so that the tourists don't decide to go in, so they all go into the city. Found the locals are very aggressive, see you have been walking the street, you will take a taxi or pay for it. Nice walk, and a deep look at the poor economy.
230***68It takes about 20 minutes to drive from the city center to the cola-i forest park. There are mainly several large and small deep pools and small waterfalls. You can walk on several mountain paths, but the distance will not be very long. There are not many other things to see.
lulu0531Before I came to Fiji, I thought Fiji was also played with other islands
The same, go out to sea, dive, enjoy the fun of the sun and beach, but
However, after I came to Fiji, I learned that the elements that the island should have, Fiji
Yes, but apart from these, Fiji has many, many fun things.
Booked a day trip to Navau River Safari to explore Fiji No. 4
The Navua River is 65 kilometers long. See the original on both sides of the strait
Beautiful scenery, waterfalls. There is a section from the movie "The Anaconda"
The shooting location will also go deep into the hinterland of Fiji’s primitive villages to experience a unique experience
The KAVA ceremony for the indigenous people of Gedi Nantai to welcome VIPs.