My time here has continued to be filled with so many friendly Fijians. I am fairly convinced that adopting the Fijian attitude toward contentedness would be a smart and healthy choice for an American girl like me. Although the weather has been quite wet and windy, the heart of Fiji shines through the clouds with smiles and warm greetings. Every. Single. Moment. 

Getting down to work. I told you this wasn't vacay! 

Getting down to work. I told you this wasn't vacay! 

Drinking Fiji water IN FIJI in honor of my beautiful sister. 

Drinking Fiji water IN FIJI in honor of my beautiful sister. 

Indo-Fijian (or Fijian Born Indian) fashions at the local mall. 

Indo-Fijian (or Fijian Born Indian) fashions at the local mall. 

A photo my colleague took in the market the other day while I was singing with the boys. 

A photo my colleague took in the market the other day while I was singing with the boys. 

Young teenage boys after they helped us cross a busy street in Suva. 

Young teenage boys after they helped us cross a busy street in Suva. 

The security guard at the post office. You'll notice that when I take photos of people their mouths are open. This is because instead of cheese, they are saying "Bula!" 

The security guard at the post office. You'll notice that when I take photos of people their mouths are open. This is because instead of cheese, they are saying "Bula!" 

On Victoria Parade heading to the market. 

On Victoria Parade heading to the market. 

My sweet friend Sherry with her cute cat and dog panty hose. 

My sweet friend Sherry with her cute cat and dog panty hose. 

These Fijian military men were telling me how they wanted to join Uncle Sam. The skirts they are wearing are very typical in Fiji and are called sulus. 

These Fijian military men were telling me how they wanted to join Uncle Sam. The skirts they are wearing are very typical in Fiji and are called sulus. 

Bula!! 

Bula!! 

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