We are going to FIJI!
Wondering why I put #bucketlist, I have a million reasons to give but one thing for sure is that you need to visit this place. I have been here, it is paradise, in my dreams..hehe.
I could give zillions of reasons why Fiji is my dream gate away destination but I will do with five for today.
Explore and adventure
If you are one person who likes to tour and experience new things, then look no further. Fiji is located in the heart of the South Pacific and has close to 333 tropical islands (YESSS!). Known for its luxurious private-islands, all-inclusive resorts, top spas, culinary destinations and outdoor adventures, Fiji is most widely celebrated for its culture, which uniquely welcomes visitors home.
It has white sandy beaches and crystal clear oceans (just as I love). It is home to the happiest people on earth and a perfect place for you. What more do you need?
I must confess I never knew about Fiji until I met my two great Fijian friends Justin and Soko. I remember asking Justin where Fiji was and whether they even had a president. (Silly, right?) I learnt a lot from these two and they treated me like one of their own. We had another small family away from home. We all want to be accepted and feel at home especially when we are in a new environment. Fiji will give you that. One unique thing I also discovered is that they have really beautiful eyes. I saw one with green eyes not just any green eyes but the green that seem like a picture of perfection slicing into one’s soul.
Fiji tourist visa is not required for citizens of Kenya for a stay up to 120 days. We must admit that preparing for a visa interview is one of the stressing ordeals that one has to go through or even heard stories from people about their experiences. This is definitely the best news anyone will ever give you. If you did not know, Now you know (insert Nyashinki’s song)
Rugby lovers in the house!!
This is one of the reasons I fell in love with Fiji. They have the greatest rugby players and also are top in the world of rugby. I remember one time they were playing with Kenya and I was not bothered about who win as I considered it a win – win situation for me. Rugby is also a he part of Fiji’s culture as it is also its national game. There is no better way of experiencing Fijian culture that playing in a game of rugby.
To travel is to live