We did not have an opportunity to visit the Fiji Museum in Thurston Gardens. It houses ancient Fijian artifacts interesting exhibits from its past, including its cannibal heritage.
After doing a bit of sightseeing on Cumming Street and vising the shops, I found a good Wifi spot in the Tapoo Shopping Mall. Good Wifi is difficult to find in Fiji, but finally found one at the Vodaphone cell phone store in the mall at a reasonable price. also sampled the local Fijian beer.
Later, we hired Sammy, an Indian taxi driver who took us on a two hour ride to visit the sights. We stopped at the Colo-I-Suva Resort which is in the middle of a rainforest. There are nearby trails which lead to gushing waterfalls.
We were surprised that Sammy stopped at his house near Nausori City to offer us coffee and Indian treats made by his wife. It turned out he was a wood carver showed us items he made for sale. Then, finally he had a room devoted to trinkets and costume jewelry which probably was made in China. It seemed he brought his passengers here to sell his wares. We did not buy anything and did not mind it too much but it seems he should have asked us first if we were interested in this diversion.
The most widely spoken language is English, but Fijian, Hindustani, Cantonese, and other Indian languages are also spoken by their respective communities