Sunday, April 11, 2021
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Rugby team sings to hotel workers in spirit of their Pacific Heritage

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When a video surfaces of the Fijian national rugby team singing a rousing song from the balconies of their hotel rooms, you know it’s going to be good.

At the end of a mandatory 14-day quarantine in Australia, the players and coaches sang a traditional song to thank the hotel staff for their presumably kind and attentive service over the two weeks.

The team had traveled to join a rugby competition in New South Wales, but their performance could make one think the athletes were in town as a professional choir.

The curved shape of the hotel’s walls provided helpful acoustics and stunning optics. And the show clearly delighted the other guests—who watched from the other balconies and from the courtyard below. Naturally, the video of the Fijians singing has since gone viral.

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