Friday, July 22, 2011

East Indians in Fiji

Over one third of the population of Fiji is made up of East Indians.  Originally they were brought over as indentured laborers to work in the sugar cane fields.  In some places we traveled we saw so many Indians and Indian stores that we could have been in India. 

Sri Siva Subramaniya Swami Temple Nadi


Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Oh boy, that is a very busy looking building. I think I would be more comfortable in the grass shack on Castaway Island. Great photos all.

Ricardo M. said...

Preciosas imágenes.

Robin said...

Karen, nothing if not garish!
Great shots!

Scott said...

Wow don't you just love those colors. I would love to watch the craftsman putting some of those together and painting them. Wow!

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Karen, I am just catching up this morning. and my, oh, my! The colors and shapes and clouds and flowers... all breathtaking. I especially love the one with the cow in front of the temple with the clouds, the fruits of that tree on the right... Amazing shot. Thank you for sharing. blessings ~ tanna