Daily Reports


Monday - July 20, 2009


Suva, a lost paradise

Sayeh Research Institute team is in Suva, the capital city of Fiji on a tour to visit the coastal city, as the countdown to the 22 July, 2009 eclipse starts.

Iranian eclipse chasers also visit Nadi, standing on the western side of the main island of Viti Levu.

Hamid Khodashenas, the head of the Iranian research team is mulling to visit Nadi River in the downtown area and its villages nearby.

Nadi, pronounced as Nandi, is also home to a large number of Fijian and Indian nationals and a paradise of foreigners.

The city is a tourist hob and is congested with several hotels and motels to accommodate the new comers.

Nadi’s international airport, which is the largest airport in Fiji, is located 9 kilometer away from the city.

The city has more than 42,000 populations, according to the 2007 head counting.

Nadi is the centerpiece of a peaceful life among multi-races. Muslims and Hindus are the predominant religion with their historic magnificent mosques and temples which is luring thousands of visitors flooding into the city from all across the world.


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