See ya, Swami cat!
Swami does his part in helping us pack before the big journey
Kelsey and John enjoying the bungalow that we had all to ourselves in Sigatoka, Fiji.
A wild orchid in the Fijian jungle, near Suva
A wander through a forest preserve led us by a few murky pools, one of which with an impressive rope swing.
A quick stop alongside the road while the sun went down, courtesy of Kesley.
Pineapple and PawPaw
Because sometimes, you should photograph the things you don't want to forget. I really don't want to forget this pineapple and pawpaw jam we bought alongside the road. I think it was about five Fijian dollars of awesome.
After two days driving around the mainland, we waited patiently on Nadi's beach for a boat to the smaller Mana island.
There's horses all over this place.
A well-cared for stray. Hardly ever has a stray dog in an underdeveloped country eaten so well!
Ride the Boat
Kelsey sits aboard the life jacket bin on the 40-minute cruse out to Mana Island.
An instrument panel shows it's wear on our hop across the water.
The kids here live in tin shacks, sit on flat, hard, wooden patios, and run freely on the beach and into the ocean.