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Keep friendly smiles, says tourists

Serafina Silaitoga
Monday, February 03, 2014

KEEP Fiji beautiful.

That's the word from a group of tourists who visited Savusavu on board the Sun Princess on Saturday.

And they're also pleading that people keep the friendly smiles and gestures that Fiji is well-known for.

"We just love Fiji. It is so beautiful, the people are friendly and very nice to talk to," said Sue Samaan.

The Australian tourist who accompanied her husband to Fiji could not get over the lush vegetation of the North.

"This is my first time to Fiji and I thought it will not be as good as what I have come to see," she said.

"This is paradise and I will urge the locals to keep their environment and preserve it as it is so beautiful."

Husband Mark said he had travelled the world but could not compare any other place to Fiji.

"This is just wonderful. It is so natural and we love it," he said.

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