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What are the particular advantages of living in this city?
The slow pace of life is very nice (although "Fiji Time" is typically the biggest part of culture shock when expats transition to Fiji). Fijians are very welcoming and they love children. Our children have much more freedom here, as crimes against children are extremely rare. Our children also run barefoot and have a lot of play/downtime at school, which we think is very important in their young lives. Children's activities are also very inexpensive (my son's private guitar lessons are US$5 per hour!). We enjoy the year-round warm temperatures (but you also have to endure the rainy season as well). We appreciate that our children are learning about true poverty, first-hand. This is something they can never truly understand from reading a book. - Apr 18, 2016