The green rice fields surround the quiet village, and the residents ride on the horses and walk along the road. Here, the original pure Fijian life is still maintained.
Daily time, from the hot sun at noon, until the sunset is gradually softened, there are no tourists on the road, and even local vehicles rarely pass. Occasionally passing a car full of students, the children enthusiastically shouted out the window, the shepherd boy riding a horse, going to the distant forest to pick up firewood, always ask for the road, always give enthusiasm Patience explanations, and through many charming small villages, people seem to be leisurely.
I like this way of traveling as I like, without planning restrictions, the journey is always full of too many unknowns, but there are countless unexpected and wonderful, so slowly, feel the island Feel the customs and feel their happy life. A simple country school, a teenager who is schooling, is playing rugby in the playground in front of the school building. Regardless of living conditions, Fijians madness and obsession with football are incredible.
Because there is very little contact with outsiders, the teenagers here are somewhat subtle. However, after a simple conversation, they will become warm and cheerful. When I said goodbye, I kept waving my hands and shouting "BYE BYE".
Fijis small capital, Suva, is a fascinating city, heading west from the capital, Suva, towards the Pacific Ocean, the adventure capital of the main island. On the way to Fiji, the plane traversed the clouds, outside the mysterious window, the shadow cast in the clouds, surrounded by magical auras; countless colorful islands, photocopied in the blue sea.
The Pacific Ocean, where the sky is cloudy, the sky is often drizzled with rain. Before the natural white sand beach, the beautiful coral reefs gracefully extend on the coastline. The seagulls circling freely over the sea, the quaint Nanuku Resort, covered with lush vegetation, spreads to the end of the beach and swells with the green hills of the island.
Nanuku has exposed the original Fijian style in almost every corner. Walking into the bushy resort, several warriors wearing traditional grass skirts slammed the snails under the coconut grove and struck the wooden drums. Behind him, several companions held bamboo poles and walked through the infinity pool to escort the torches of the flames and ignite the central sacred torch. This solemn and quaint welcome ceremony brings the time to the ancient times of Fiji.
Destination Fiji - Suva. Because the earth is round, geographically described, Fiji is the westernmost and most eastern country in the world. Located in the heart of the South Pacific Ocean, it is between the equator and the Tropic of Cancer. It is a must for Australia and New Zealand to travel to North America. It is a beautiful island country in the South Pacific. It consists of 332 islands. The islands are mostly surrounded by coral reefs. The sea is colorful and pleasing to the eye. Fiji welcomed us in a rainstorm, and the warm Fijian people welcomed us with a warm dance.
I just wanted to take pictures with the indigenous guys dressed in national costumes, but an elder with a child also wants to join us for a group photo with a happy expression on their faces, as if they are the happiest Tourists. The capital Suva has one of the top ten honeymoon resorts in the world. It is surrounded by the city, surrounded by bright colors and national flowers and hibiscus all over the city. The flowers are blooming. Here, men wearing skirts and garlands are common dresses.
Sometimes the rainy and cloudy weather did not disturb our mood. We walked all the way to the Capitol, often harvesting local people from the roadside and bus, and using the new school "Buli" to follow them. Say hello, drink a bottle of Fiji water that Obama loves, pick up a hibiscus flower that falls from the tree, and there is no rush of the Beijing capital. I just need to enjoy the leisurely slow pace.