Fiji is known as the “World’s Largest Ski Resort”, and its resorts are popular with many tourists.
But with its low tourist numbers, resorts are struggling to attract visitors and the resorts have been plagued by delays.
One of the problems, according to an article in The Telegraph, is that the resort’s ski slopes are often located in rural areas, where there is less access to electricity, water and medical care.
So far, there has been no official response from the Ministry of Tourism and Culture to the issue, which has prompted many locals to suggest the resorts should be closed.
The article went on to say that a small number of locals have been staying at the resorts, but that the problem could not be solved quickly.
One villager, who asked not to be named, said: I live in a small town near the resort, which is located in a very rural area.
As far as we know, there are no problems with the hotel.
But we have heard rumours of problems at other resorts.
We know the problems are not fixed and the problems will continue to be a problem.
I have not been to the resorts for a long time and I’m not sure I’ll come back anytime soon.
There are also concerns that some people who stayed there for several months might not have the equipment needed to ski in a high-mountain environment.
In the past, people have been forced to travel to the ski resorts by boat.
At the moment, it is unclear if the resorts will reopen this year.
Fiji has about 6,000 hotels, more than half of which are for holidaying purposes.