If you start at the temple and go north you’re in Nadi (pronounced NON-dee) town. It’s about three blocks long and while there’s more to it than that, there’s not really much more to it than that. It’s lined with mostly shops that sell tourist clothing and what not, then there’s the random car speaker stores, and two supermarkets right next to each other where you can buy chips and Tim Tams. The further south you are the sketchier, but all in all it’s no worse than walking up Broadway in downtown Los Angeles.
The first picture is at the southernmost tip, looking north and the last one is the northern most tip looking south. Now when people ask if you’ve ever been to Nadi town you can say yes.
Today we ate at Tata’s: Indian curry with a surly attitude, oh and also mosquitoes. Spiciest food I've had since I've been here.
Now, what to do about second dinner?
|my favorite type of Fiji bus.|