In episode two local host Masada Vuikadavu is joined by a new co-host in Komal Singh and the famous, fun-loving weatherman Eroni Bole as they share feel-good stories from across Fiji with locals and international viewers alike. Filmed and produced locally, Tourism Fiji is proud and happy to continue to share the stories of our people.
Tourism Fiji Director or Marketing Emma Campbell said, “We’ve been blown away with the stories that people have been sharing with us. These stories truly demonstrate the power of kindness, togetherness and the sheer resilience and determination of the Fijian people. We simply cannot wait to share these amazing stories with Fiji and the rest of the world through the Happy Hour TV platform. I’m very proud of my team for creating a video that is sure to make people smile.”
This second episode of ‘Happy Hour TV,’ hosts report on the incredibly successful Votcity Market in Nadi that has enabled hundreds of people, who have been made unemployed due to COVID-19, a chance to make a living selling food, crafts and other items. The episode also shares the inspiration behind ‘Vasaqa Productions’ – the latest foodie joint located at the Namaka market. The episode ends on a sweet note with an interview about donuts that is bound to leave you salivating and craving a bite from ‘Rise, Fry, Glaze’ and are sold at KANU restaurant in Nadi.
Fiji is slowly welcoming visitors back with the message, ‘Our Bula Spirit Awaits You’