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... husking and scraping. They had a few handicrafts there that the women were selling.
Back to Suva and the ship where the marching band and other band are assembling to send us off to sea. They performed for 2 hours and Tim and I just sat on our balcony enjoying the concert and Happy Hour!
Our Italian Captain makes an important announcement.
The captain announces that we will not be going to Samoa and American Samoa as a large tropical ...
... kava bush. Kava plant stems are boiled to produce a bitter tasting drink that numbs the tongue and body. The drink is considered the drink of the Gods and small amounts are used in ceremonies for settling family feuds. Our guide reports that it tastes like sh…! Unfortunately, there are some that use it like a drug and the normal problems ensue.
We bid goodbye to Fiji and were treated to a Polynesian dinner as we sailed on to ...
... the worst cannibalism he has seen. This was true as Fiji has no indigenous mammals. Hundred percent of the land in Fiji is owned by families and tribes, of course led by chiefs. Most of the cannibalism happened after the clash of these tribes. Another opportunity came if a chiefs wife ever died, then the chief would be eaten. If the Chief died the wife would be buried alive beside him. You would know how many people someone had eaten by the number ...
... has been lost as I have no way of knowing which island he was stationed on for all those years. Fiji is lush and tropical with one foot firmly entrenched in the present while the other clings to their heritage. Outside the main city, there are only villages, each led by a chieftain. Some of their laws seem almost prim—like how women must wear tops that cover their shoulders and bottoms ...
... is bundled for her lunch.
Meanwhile, irresistably gorgeous children have gathered around. We follow them back to their house with Seru and get a chance to peek inside a typical Fijian village home... a rudimentary corrugated iron three room dwelling with a wood-fired, open stone chimney fireplace for a kitchen and an outside bathroom.
All the while, we are filled in with details of village life, tribal customs and family arrangements. It is easily the ...