The Lau family from Hong Kong at their villa in Fiji, where they have been stranded by the cancellation of international flights amid the coronavirus pandemic. They spend their days snorkelling, kayaking and fishing as they wait to continue their year-long round-the-world journey. The Lau family from Hong Kong at their villa in Fiji, where they have been stranded by the cancellation of international flights amid the coronavirus pandemic. They spend their days snorkelling, kayaking and fishing as they wait to continue their year-long round-the-world journey.
The Lau family from Hong Kong at their villa in Fiji, where they have been stranded by the cancellation of international flights amid the coronavirus pandemic. They spend their days snorkelling, kayaking and fishing as they wait to continue their year-long round-the-world journey.

No way out of paradise for family stranded in Fiji on first leg of round-the-world dream holiday, as coronavirus grounds flights

  • A Hong Kong family soon learned they couldn’t outrun the coronavirus pandemic. Stuck in Fiji in the South Pacific, their round-the-world trip is on hold
  • They while away the time in a beachside villa beside a palm-fringed lagoon, but couple worry about medicines for elderly parents and vaccines for their son

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The Lau family from Hong Kong at their villa in Fiji, where they have been stranded by the cancellation of international flights amid the coronavirus pandemic. They spend their days snorkelling, kayaking and fishing as they wait to continue their year-long round-the-world journey. The Lau family from Hong Kong at their villa in Fiji, where they have been stranded by the cancellation of international flights amid the coronavirus pandemic. They spend their days snorkelling, kayaking and fishing as they wait to continue their year-long round-the-world journey.
The Lau family from Hong Kong at their villa in Fiji, where they have been stranded by the cancellation of international flights amid the coronavirus pandemic. They spend their days snorkelling, kayaking and fishing as they wait to continue their year-long round-the-world journey.
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