Jan. 31 – LAUTOKA, FIJI

Community Highlights Oceania Jan. 31 – LAUTOKA, FIJI

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Blossoms of the Flame tree and blue skies outside of the Public Market

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So many vegetables!

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Sugar cane is still half of the economy

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This could be Taro?

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Food carts near the bus station and market

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The Post Office – source of more pencils and paper clips for the Crystal Chorus 😊

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Ah, now this looks local – located right on “Bligh Water” – let’s take a look

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Had some conversation with folks about “snow” and “cold” – inconceivable!

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Three years ago Cyclone Winston devastated Fiji

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These waters are, indeed, named for “Mutiny on the Bounty’s” Captain Bligh as he and his companions out raced Fijian warriors

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The population of the islands is Fijian and Indian – many , or most, of the businesses have been owned by Indians for a number of generations

This featured blog entry was written by Swenigale from the blog Serenity 10.
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By Swenigale

Posted Fri, Feb 01, 2019 | Fiji | Comments