VITI.

Remember The Isles

DSCF0219[1] (2)Sister Hawkins, Group

Made it to Fiji.  We landed in the Nadi Airport.  The runway was still dark despite the fact that it was early morning, so it felt like an adventure.  It took me a while to navigate through customs (it took me a while to figure out the paperwork.)  I was greeted by Elder Day and Elder Ransom, who came bearing delicious cream buns, apparently a Fiji missionary staple.  They loaded me and my luggage onto the next available bus, and I hopped off in Suva three to four hours later.  The drive was pleasant since the Fijian countryside is filled with many, many kinds of trees.  Scrubby ones, spruce, something that looked kind of like a mangrove.  The palm trees here are inspiring.  Arizona palm trees look rugged, dependable.  Fijian palm trees are sculpted, aesthetically pleasing (if there ever was such a thing).  I especially love the ocean here though…

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