Fiji: South Pacific’s shining star dimmed by social problems


September 14, 2000

The idyllic Fiji islands have long been a beacon to lovers of exotic locations — including Captain Bligh’s infamous crew who mutinied their ship, The Bounty, in 1789 in their quest to stay in the South Pacific islands. Today the Fiji islands are a unique blend of old and new. The country’s splendid isolation in …
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