Photos of the Week: 6/7/2018: A wonderful pictorial of FIJI !
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FIJI IS ONE OF THE MANY ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN. THESE ISLANDS, AS WELL AS MANY OF THE OTHER ISLANDS ALL SEEM TO HAVE SUCH BEAUTY THAT MANY WHO COME HERE ARE JUST IN AWE OF THE BEAUTY OF THE ISLANDS AND OF THE PEOPLE. OF COURSE, THE MOST POPULAR ISLANDS IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN IS THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, BUT, THE ISLANDS OF FIJI ARE NOT AS WELL KNOWN BUT THOSE WHO DO KNOW THESE ISLANDS ARE NEVER DISAPPOINTED. THEY ARE NOT AS CROWDED AND SEEM TO BE A LOT MORE RELAXED BECAUSE THEY DON’T HAVE THE CROWDS. BELOW YOU CAN SEE WHERE THEY ARE LOCATED IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN IN RELATION TO THE OTHER ISLANDS:
The climate in Fiji is tropical marine and warm year round with minimal extremes. The warm season is from November to April and the cooler season lasts from May to October. Temperatures in the cool season still average 22 °C (72 °F). Rainfall is variable, with the warm season experiencing heavier rainfall, especially inland. For the larger islands, rainfall is heavier on the southeast portions of the islands than on the northwest portions, with consequences for agriculture in those areas. Winds are moderate, though cyclones occur about once a year (10–12 times per decade).
On 20 February 2016, Fiji was hit by the full force of Cyclone Winston, the only Category 5 tropical cyclone to make landfall in the nation. Winston destroyed tens of thousands of homes across the island, killing 44 people and causing an estimated FJ$2 billion ($1 billion USD) in damage.
I hope you have enjoyed this beautiful pictorial of the country of FIJI. Some of you may have never heard of this remote islands of Fiji. So, I hope you have found some excitement of seeing this country for the first time. Imagine visiting this paradise for some time. The food, the climate, the atmosphere is near divine.
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