Taking one of the many taxi rides to get around Suva. They had multiple roads under construction at the same time so was tough to get around some places.
Here a couple fishermen either heading to fish or selling there catch along the harbor. Boats would go up and down the wharf and people who wanted fish would flag them down to buy fish.
Some nice trees along the wharf.
One of the many bus stops throughout the city.
View of some of the different boats in the harbor.
A cruse ship briefly stopped in and the passengers were able to get out and shop.
Park in Suva by the McDonald’s.
View accross one section of Suva. You can see the Ocean below if your at the right vantage point.
Getting some fried rice at the MCHH Mall food court.
Here we were at the new Taiwanese Restaurant that just opened in Suva.
Family Crossing the street, holding hands and making a group trek across the road.
Demodar City Shopping Center, always busy and full of cars and a popular destination. MHCC and Demodar City two very popular shopping centers in Suva.
Hanging out at Gloria Jeans Coffee at MHCC. Good to be together.
It was a precious time from June to October that I was able to spend with my gal spanning 3 countries, from Taiwan, to Fiji, then Tuvalu. But work was calling and and much as I hated to be apart from my wife I needed to get back to prepare things.
Sunset in Funafuti, Tuvalu
Me, Nancy, Mom, Dad and various cousins and grandkids. We took a ride up and down the island.
Last minute Selfie.
Many different family members each gave me a shell necklace to remember them by.
Till we meet again!
Flying out of Funafuti, you can see the thin atoll home to about 4500 people.
When you suddenly realize that your experiences have changed you. New cultures, people friendships, and memories.
Flying into Suva en route to USA.
Getting a burger in Nadi International Airport while waiting for flight to Los Angles.
And we are off to LAX.
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