The Fijians are here! Sister Rosi, you are already here. You are Micronesian for all I know. Hahahahaha.
But the truth be told, ladies and gentlemen, Pasifika brothers and sisters, the Fijians have arrived. Actually, they have been at the port for a couple of days. You know what that means right?
Tuna from the South Pasifik. Yes. They brought tuna from the South Pasifik. And many people might have been scared away thinking of that very very long line last year, so it is a perfect chance for you and your whole clan, whole village, whole island to walk straight up to the ship and get tuna of all sizes. The best thing is, it’s still that same cheap price of $3.50 per pound.
The team at the dock was awesome! I guess I shouldn’t be surprised. They have the island spirit. Spirit of welcoming and treating everyone with love and respect. Starting with Joyce, the cashier. She’s just fabulous and very helpful. The crew members are Paul, Samuela, Nick, Jone and James.
I am sure it was Nick that was tricked by someone into wearing an Oregon Ducks sweats. I gave him the BEAVER believer everything for dawning such a sweat shirt. Hahahaha. I hope I didn’t make Nick felt awkward and the crew explained the rivalry between us BEAVS and them UCKS… Hahaha.
Sorry, I can’t share anything with anyone this time. I am starting to barbeque them tonight and will continue bbq until I run out. No invites and don’t blame me. Blame it on COVID19 and social distancing.
Enough saying guys, they open from 10 AM to 6 PM. Let’s go support our Pasifika brothers. They travelled many miles to bring us fish.
Drive up to Seattle today. They are at the Fishermen’s Terminal located at 3919 18th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119.