Fiji in Alaska

Ratu Asesela Robanakadavu (right) pictured here in a photo dated from the early 1900s in Alaska. Picture: CANADIAN MUSEUM OF HISTORY

TRUTH is stranger than fiction. Revelations have surfaced about the extraordinary tale of a young Fijian chief, who set out on a voyage to the northernmost part of the Earth, where he lived among the Inuit (Eskimo) people and had an island and a harbour named after Fiji and him. Ratu Asesela had set out […]

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