FIJI is the place to take a break for most and in Lyn Breuer's case, from the hectic life of being the Speaker of the House of Assembly of the Parliament of South Australia.
En route from a recent week-long conference in the Solomon Islands, Ms Breuer decided to take a break at Warwick Fiji.
Ms Breuer is the first woman Speaker in South Australia (after 168 years) and has been a parliamentarian for the past 15 years.
And before becoming a parliamentarian she worked as a lecturer on women's study for a TAFE (technical and further education) college, which involved helping women secure jobs (Aboriginal women), Ms Breuer found out about the Warwick Fiji Resort from the Lamb family, one of the returnees of the resort.
"This was her first time to Fiji and she loved every bit of it," Warwick Fiji Resort public relations manager Loata Koroi said.
"She even went out to Vatulele and even got to see the 'red prawns'." Ms Koroi said she loved Fiji, in particular its people, the beach and the true hospitality.
She thought of the Warwick as a beautiful resort with friendly staff and was definitely coming back but this time with her children.
But what really inspired her was her trip to nearby villages, where she experienced the culture and tradition of the Fijian people and how the people lived their lives daily. While Ms Breuer had always visited Africa to donate aid, this time she may be coming to Fiji instead.