Savusavu Sunrise

IMG_1666Sunrise over Savusavu, Fiji.

It is only when the sun is rising that you get a full idea of the depth of mountain ranges behind this sleepy yachting town.  Savusavu is a picture perfect safe haven for boats.  Situated on Vanua Levu, the second largest island of the Fiji Islands, it has a special place in my heart as my honeymoon destination.

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World’s Toughest Job – Would you apply?

 

Going to school freshly pressed and ribboned, Savusavu, Fiji

Going to school freshly pressed and ribboned, Savusavu, Fiji

Watch this ad agency video – World’s Toughest Job – Would you apply?

This is worth watching to the end.  Thank you Tommy for sending it to me.  I wanted to share it with everyone!

Koronivia Road Peak Hour

Koronivia Road Peak Hour

Not many people ride bikes in Fiji – the road conditions are just too tough. Koronivia Road, a long road that goes from Kings Road Junction to Lokia Landing, is a gravel road with only two states of being – dust or mud – corresponding directly to rain or no rain. This photo was taken while walking home one day in “peak hour”. Peak hour means normally that you can see more than one vehicle.