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Like ticking off historic icons, adventurous foodies scour the globe in search of tantalising new flavours and culinary experiences.
Fiji extended a warm welcome to me from the moment I arrived. As I entered the customs hall at Nadi International Airport, three ukulele players serenaded me, and this warmth continued throughout the trip.
From native handicrafts, to rare black pearls, to tropical ‘Bula Shirts’, there’s a good chance that you’ll want to take home a suitcase filled with souvenirs and irresistible buys from Fiji.
I’m sitting cross-legged on the floor in a circle of people, as a smiling Fijian chief hands me half a coconut shell full of what looks like dirty dishwater.
A luxury holiday is one where you are completely removed from reality, away from the distractions of daily life, disconnected from the world.
When most travellers talk about cruising Fiji, they are referring to the large and familiar cruise liners that have plied the South Pacific waters for fifty years.
Hidden away among uninhabited isles in Fiji’s north, Laucala Island is one of the most indulgent and exclusive tropical enclaves on the planet.
Few holidaymakers have heard of Fiji’s Lau Group – a string of stunning islands dangling to the far east of Viti Levu. That’s because, until recently, they were difficult to reach (unless you had your own yacht).
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