As featured in our last post, Kerali Wyatt is here in Fiji and last week end she and some of her group rode the bus to Suva. So we invited "the group" over to dinner. Fortunately we have the large deck that can accommodate large groups so we were "set" (as they say here in Fiji). Believe it or not there were 13 people in the group. It looks like more people than that in the picture. And when they walked in the front door of our small apartment it seemed like a never ending line of people. I was panicking thinking I didn't have enough food. But we did have plenty of food and everyone enjoyed having "American" (or should I say Mexican) food. Then we sang Happy Birthday to Kerali (June 12) and had cake and ice cream for dessert.
Kerali and her friends after dinner.
They are really a great group of young adults and are having the experiences of a life time doing humanitarian service. They are teaching English in the schools, teaching about good diet and sanitation, helping with health services and doing a lot of good. Because Kerali was in the first group that came they also had to "find" the places where they could serve.
Happy 23rd Birthday!
We had a fun evening with everyone!