By Jason Jett
Fiji Airways Flight 360 from Singapore arrived at Nadi International Airport before I did the morning of 18 July 2018. I lost that race by minutes, and found myself in a pre-pandemic, bustling hub where hourly flights disgorged hundreds of passengers to a network of tourist vans, coaches and taxis for transport to their destinations.
I stood among greeters from resorts and tour agencies who held cards bearing the names of their firms or disembarking passengers. I had not thought to bring a card, and I did not know the names of the people I were to meet and accompany across the island for the Suva Marathon.
I . . .