Day 4 in Fiji and time is already moving too quickly. I’m making sure to make the most of every single second and count my blessings but I wish time would slow down a bit. I’ve only got three more full days here and I already feel sad about leaving this beautiful country. Guys, one week is definitely not long enough in Fiji, learn from my mistake. Today has been a busy day. I woke up again for sunrise and watched it from my balcony as I got ready for the day ahead. The sky turns a hazy pink long before it rises above the mountain and becomes visible. Soon after, I headed downstairs for an early breakfast before taking an early morning hike to the mountaintop. Even in the early morning, the heat was intense and the gentle breeze was welcomed. The hike was beautiful passing through a local village and fields of swaying palm trees. The views at the top were a hazy blue and where the sea met the sky was a blur. Back down, I bid farewell to the family and gave them all a hug as I boarded the boat bound for Blue Lagoon Beach. I spent a couple of hours relaxing in the shade, listening to music, chatting with friendly tourists, swimming in the pristine waters and eating our lunch on the beach again. I then boarded the Yasawa Flyer again to spend a night on Barefoot Manta. I instantly fell in love with this little island with its luscious green interior and three small beaches. I was keen to check out the beaches so I quickly sussed them all out and headed to the prettiest one to relax and watch the waves. After showering, I met Milana for some beers at the sunset bar and then we headed to dinner together.