I wasn't sure where to stay or what to do for the night before my tour started, so I decided to go into Nadi and get some ideas first. It was confronting, but I managed it. I stopped and heard a band playing which were raising money for a cultural centre in Nadi for kids and they were pretty amazing called Divine. It was a like a mix of the Fijian music I have heard plus the rest of the world in there somehow too.. I then just decided to go to the same resort that the tour started from which is called Beachside resort... While it was an alright room, I have to say - 1) Beachside Resort is not beach side - in fact it is nowhere near the beach - BOO! 2) the price of food there would suggest that it was a posh resort but nothing else did - so all in all - not worth the money and certainly not worth the time. Get out of Nadi as soon as you can and get to an island or the coral coast. My second night there I moved into a different room as I was starting my tour. I had a lovely roommate from the Gold Coast and we met and had dinner with the rest of the tour. There were only six of us all together: 1 girl from Chicago, a couple from Tassie, my gold coast roomie, and Heidi, my English saviour. Heidi had been in the highlands of Fiji teaching sport at a school for six weeks and realised very soon that this tour was not going to be the nicest way to spend her last week in Fiji, so she decided to belt when we arrived on the coral coast. She had been staying in a backpackers called the Beachouse - which is the one that I had planned to stay in when Tony arrived. Upon arriving at the beachouse to drop off Heidi, I made a split decision and just jumped off the bus. It was a good choice.