North of Nubukalou Creek, the Suva bus stand on Rodwell Road typifies Suva’s bustle. By day, Indian peanut sellers and Fijian barrow boys run around amongst the black exhaust fumes frenetically plying their trade. By night, the area becomes desolate, save for a few drunks and homeless people, who sleep on the benches and rummage amongst the rubbish. Opposite the north end of the bus stand is the Flea Market (Mon–Sat 8am–6pm), a great place to buy cheap clothes and souvenirs.

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