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Nadi, Fiji Day 2 & 3

Even though I am Catholic, I decided to visit a Hindu temple on my second day in Nadi. The temple I visited was called Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple and it is the largest temple in the southern hemisphere. The architecture and design of the temple was so beautiful and would probably never be seen in Canada. The temple had many paintings, statues, and designs around it, even on the ceiling. You could tell this temple was carefully made just by looking at it. I loved how the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple was very colourful. It gave off a positive and happy vibe.

Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple I

Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple I

Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple II

Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple II

After visiting the Sri Siva Subramaniya Temple, I went sky diving! Sky diving was another thing on my bucket list. The sky diving instructor was very helpful and trusting. The view was unbelievable! I was able to see all the small islands. I really liked how the skydiving company recorded my whole skydiving experience. It is hilarious to watch! This whole experience was exhilarating!

The Sky Diving Office

The Sky Diving Office

Sky Diving View

Sky Diving View

On my third day in Nadi, Fiji I went sea kayaking, which is kayaking on the sea. I did this on Yasawa Island. Even though I have been kayaking, I have never done it on such clear water. I was able to see what was hiding in the water. It was almost like I was kayking on window. I was able to see the fish, coral, sea plants, and other sea creatures. It was scary, yet very exciting at the same time. After Kayaking I relaxed on the white, smooth sand and swam in the sea. Nadi, Fiji was an extraordinary stop on my trip around the world. It was a great way to end it.

Yasawa Islands

Yasawa Islands

Sea Kayaking

Sea Kayaking

Posted by liezelmarie 19:01 Archived in Fiji

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