Thursday, October 10, 2013

Levuka Historical Port Town, Fiji

The South Pacific nation of Fiji is comprised of 322 islands. About 100 are inhabited. Levuka is a town on the eastern coast of the Fijian island of Ovalau, a lush vulcanic Island with a population of about 8,000. Farming and fishing are the main source of income. Levuka was formerly the Capital of Fiji (today Suva is).

Levuka and the island of Ovalau had been seeking recognition from UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for decades, finally being designated in June 2013; being the first whs site for Fiji.

Clown fish of Fiji. Part of a set of 4, issued in 2006. The Pink Anemonefish inhabits coral reefs and is usually associated with the anemone. Usually one adult pair and several juveniles are present in each anemone. 

Thx David!!


Judy Lewis said...

The Figi postcard is spectacular! May I ask where you got it?

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