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At Home In Fiji

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Nadroumai traditional healer Isei Naiova with All Black Sonny Bill Williams at the Sigatoka River Safari office on July 13, 2017. Photo: Sigatoka River Safari
July 14
11:00 2017

All Blacks centre Sonny Bill Williams (SBW) is enjoying the Fijian hospitality with his family.

He has attended a traditional healing session with a Nadroumai village healer who also treated All Blacks winger Waisake Naholo.

Williams, 31, arrived into the country for the first time on Monday accompanied by his wife Alana and their three children.

Since then he has tweeted some of his tourism photo gems on what Fiji has to offer.

On Wednesday, SBW and his family went on the Sigatoka River Safari (SRS).

SRS managing director Jay Whyte said: “He (SBW) and his family had a lovely time on the safari.”

The highlight for them was the stops along the way towards Saubatu Village.”

He even posted a picture riding a horse and the locals fans posed with the superstar.

“He also joined the Henibua rugby boys and had a quick photo with them.

“Upon his return he was invited to the Sigatoka River Safari office where he was introduced to the famous traditional healer from Nadroumai Village, home of his All Blacks teammate Waisake Naholo.

“We organised for Naholo’s uncle Isei Naiova to come to the office and massaged SBW injured leg.”

SBW also tweeted yesterday with a picture of her darling daughter, “Bula from my island princess.”

On Tuesday, he tweeted, “I always try to take timeout every day to be grateful for all I have being able to do things like this with my loved ones is such a blessing #lovemygirls #alwaysalhumlillah.”

“Here she is Bula Fiji,” he tweeted a photo of himself and Alana, the same day.

Edited by Osea Bola




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