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Tropical Beauties of Fiji

Some of my favorite things about Fiji are the incredible flowers: hibiscus, bougainvillea, and all manner of beauties I don’t even know the names of. In between downpours I wandered through the Sonaisali Island Resort, scarcely meeting a soul on my sojourns since most folks were sensible enough to stay in out of the rain.

The blossoms looked especially vivid during this rainy season, their leaves thriving and glossy, each little petal and bud glistening with rain drops.

Rain is a funny thing. When I’m at home I try to get out of it as soon as possible. Not in Fiji. There I lingered in it, letting it soak my hair and trickle down my face. It is warm and healing there, soothing to body and spirit, leaving the skin soft, clean and hydrated – a blissful feeling after nearly 20 hours of travel.

What are your favorite tropical flowers?




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Sally - What lovely photos–they are definitely a sight for sore eyes as we look at the window at snow, snow, snow! in New England. I love your blog and your photos!

bellini - Thanks for sharing these beauties Krista. I have not been to too many tropical destinations but I have a love for bougainvilleas that cascade down entryways.

Tuula - Wow, these are really beautiful flowers Krista – think I would be out there in the rain too! Kudos to you for keeping up with your blog & letting your readers enjoy your travels with you…you are truly a fantastic blogger & all-around adventurer!! My hats off to you…or should I say my chapeau! ๐Ÿ™‚

Andi - Rain can absolutely be healing, I totally agree! It rained a lot when I was in Fiji too. Beautiful flowers!!!

Anna Johnston - Just GORGEOUS lovely! I love that you take a moment to stop and ‘photo’ the flowers, I’m terrible, I would walk right on past them…. probably thinking of food. ๐Ÿ™‚

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The flowers are beautiful. I was born and raised in Miami where we enjoyed a tropical climate. The hibiscus bushes were everywhere, along with the birds of paradise. Now, living in north Florida (the climate is not tropical) we enjoy magnolia and camelias flowers.

Have a wonderful time! Stay dry.

Velva

Annie - So pretty! I need some of the warm, healing rain! Sounds amazing…

Carole 68 - These pictures are really gorgeous, and a welcome change of the grey winter weather (though today the sun came out and we had something like 15ยฐC, which is quite unusual for January). I really love the ones in the second picture, they are delicate and elegant.

Kimberly - Wonderfully captured! I love your photography, the colors are so crisp, really nice:)

Fifi Flowers - Gorgeous photos!

Alina - Hi Krista,
I do love hibiscus just like you.
Great photos!

Barbara - I love tropical flowers. I think my favorite is flame ginger.

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