Fiji is a magic wonderful place, the sights, the sounds, the smells and by far the best feature is the people! The Fijians are the most warm friendliest people I have ever met. Upon our arrival in Suva there was a band playing on the dock to welcome the ship to port. When in Fiji you must take a tour to a traditional village and partake in a Kava ceremony (tastes pretty yuk) but great fun! I would advise not to listen to someone you meet on the street showing you a dodgy council ID, these are shopkeepers who will direct you to their shop to spend money! Suva is not that big and a few hours walk around town will reveal markets selling all sorts of goods from kava kits, spears and a range of clothing. The Kava market is a real eye opener, all sorts of spices herbs and exotic fruits are all on display, the smell is like wow! We met a young mother on the street taking her children to school, we asked directions, she told us to wait till she dropped the children off then came back and gave us an impromptu tour around town at no charge, talk about friendly! Fiji is under military rule at present but you wouldn't know it, everybody is so happy and not a soldier or gun in sight! Fiji is great, if you get the chance visit this South Pacific jewel.
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