Pacific Crossing

Suva

On this day I was glad I didn't carry my big camera, hours later after once the admin was done we found an indoor market, it was so nice to get out of the heat, I grabbed a couple of shots with my iPhone.

Once all the paperwork with customs onboard Kapowai was complete we then had to go ashore and visit three other buildings all in different parts of town, not ideal on a very hot and sticky day, this is why some people don’t bother stopping in some places, the paperwork is crazy.

On this day I was glad I didn’t carry my big camera, hours later after once the admin was done we found an indoor market, it was so nice to get out of the heat, I grabbed a couple of shots with my iPhone.

Really nice limes, great in a G & T.

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Hot chillies to spice up dinner.

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Some of the locals.

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Tomatoes for the salad.

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And last, something to leave behind.

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5 comments on “Suva

  1. not into calamari?

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    • I am, but lightly breadcrumbed with salt & cracked black pepper, not so much do it yourself.

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      • I remember when I was a cadet on the sail training ship. Before we joined, we stayed for a little while on a small Greek island. They had us out catching our own octopi for our dinners. We had to beat them on the rocks to tenderize before hanging them up to dry.
        I used to like seafood. 😉

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  2. Wonderful colour Sir how’s the car

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