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... no mountains; the scenery is flat. On the other hand the soil appears to me to be very fertile; a large assortment of fruits and vegetables grow here. The pace of life is also very different. A two-storey building here is a high rise. The population wears a traditional gown; it is even worn by the Cardinal. It's a sarong that goes down to the knee . Over this another straw dress, attached by a cinture. I ...
... and make the phone call to the other niece and set things up. We exchanged emails (mine) and facebook id (hers). I have her telephone number to call her when I have my extra day in Fiji, but she lives in Suva and I wasn't sure I could get there easily. She tells me there are all kinds of transportation - all the time. We'll see, but she was delightful - Luana, and her one niece is her namesake and the traveling niece was Lani. I was hoping she lived in ...
... and did a very good impression of someone telling the truth and insisted that he ring again to save us a journey. As I wasn't keen on being continually lied to and so told him not to bother - who knows who he was actually going to call as I of course couldn't understand the language he was going to speak. Later on, I did receive an amusingly angry response to my tripadvisor review, which claimed that I was ungrateful and that Oholei was not only closed but that the owners were, ...
... ideal given the warm weather!). This led to a particularly awkward brief conversation with Murray who flagged us down as we left and chatted for a minute or so, hopefully unaware that Helen was entirely naked beneath her dress that she hadn't managed to put on properly! Having misunderstood the start time, we arrived at 'Oholei', a delightful restaurant/bar cut into the caves on the beach, so early that we caught the staff being talked to by a local politician looking to get ...
... in the way of alternative entertainment we headed for the "Friends" cafe in order to plan our trip and to sample some of the local cake that would characterise much of our stay on this island. Perhaps we should not have been surprised to see that the size of the portions in Tonga directly correlated with the size of the population - Tonga is not a place that I would revisit as a single man for any 'picking up' purposes; to find a female bouncer, however... Regardless of ...