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Let’s Go Local: Yasawa A Must For Ani Vateitei

Ani Vateitei is the smiling face that greets you at the new Bula Outsourcing office, in Ganilau House, Suva. The 24-year old is a personal assistant who is completing law studies at the Fiji National University. The Nawaikama, Gau native started her career as a data entry officer before she was promoted to business administrator, and subsequently, a personal assistant.
08 Apr 2022 08:30
Let’s Go Local: Yasawa A Must For Ani Vateitei
A tourist on one of the beautiful beaches in the yasawa islands and Ani Vateitei is the smiling face that greets you at Bula Outsourcing office, in Ganilau House, Suva.

Ani Vateitei is the smiling face that greets you at the new Bula Outsourcing office, in Ganilau House, Suva.

The 24-year old is a personal assistant who is completing law studies at the Fiji National University.

The Nawaikama, Gau native started her career as a data entry officer before she was promoted to business administrator, and subsequently, a personal assistant.

 

She enjoys rowing during her free time.

She is part of the Takia Outrigger Paddling Club.

Ms Vateitei loves travelling.

 

Taveuni is a particular favourite as it has a lot of nature-based activities that visitors can indulge in, she said.

 

Guest enjoying Lavena Coastal Walk in Taveuni.

Guest enjoying Lavena Coastal Walk in Taveuni.

What is the one place in Fiji you would take visitors to, and why?
Taveuni.

It is a beautiful place, stress-free, and laid back.

The scenery and blue ocean is relaxing and fulfiling.

Taveuni is the place to go if you want to lose yourself in nature.

 

Espresso Central staff at BSP Suva Central Food Court

Espresso Central staff at BSP Suva Central Food Court

What is your favourite place for coffee/ pie, and why?
Espresso Central at BSP Suva Central Food Court.

The espresso is spot on.

 

What is your favourite backyard sport?
Basketball, and hanging out with my younger brother for a movie.

 

Sawa-I-Lau cave in the Yasawas

Sawa-I-Lau cave in the Yasawas

What is one place in Fiji that remains on your bucket list, and why?
Yasawas.

The Sawa-i-Lau caves are majestic.

The light filters through a hole in the ceiling, while the two caverns are filled with seawater pools that are fed by the tides.

 

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