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Prince Charles on Castaway Island

Prince Charles climbed onto a glass-bottomed boat off Castaway Island

Charles went on a glass-bottomed boat to examine coral off Castaway Island, Fiji, on the last day of his two-week tour.

Prince Charles met children from the Malolo District School on the beach

He chatted to children from the Malolo District School.

Charles met Fiji's oldest resident Bechu Prasad, 104, in Sabeto

Fiji's oldest resident Bechu Prasad, 104, was born on the same day as the Queen Mother.

Villagers in Sabeto tried to shake hands with Charles

Crowds of villagers in Mr Prasad's village of Sabeto tried to shake hands with Charles.

Fijians wait for the prince to arrive at Prince Charles Park stadium

People climbed a disused grandstand frame to try and see the prince arriving at Prince Charles Park stadium, Nadi.

Charles enjoys the beating of the retreat ceremony

Charles chatted with dignitaries as he watched the Fiji military perform the beating of the retreat at the stadium.

A rapturous reception at Prince Charles Park, Nadi

A huge crowd watched him on the last engagement of his tour of Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.




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