Bula! The Fijian greeting, you hear it everywhere, since the people are so friendly. We woke up to a rainy morning, but by mid-day it had cleaned nicely and we drove into Nadi town to get gas, visit the market and just look around.
Here I am at the edge of the market.
We did notice there were many vendors, but selling the same vegetables. After visiting the market, we stopped for lunch at a Chinese Restaurant. We were seated and given menus and drinks, and then nothing. Finally, Bill noticed this box on the table. Apparently, until you push the device service button, they will leave you alone. So he pushed it and classical music played somewhere in the back and the server came promptly. Well, when it came time to pay, we learned and pushed the Bill button.
After lunch, we headed back to the hotel. The weather had cleared and it was a beautiful day. We spent a couple hours at the adult pool, which was nice and quiet.
After very relaxing facials, we went to the beach bar for sunset. The first picture didn’t give a hint of how spectacular the sunset would become, but we were in for a surprise.
After dark, just as we were thinking about leaving, a group of dancers came to entertain. The lighting was not great, but I think you can see well enough.