Powdered kava. Jules bought this for us to taste, but the root is proper for sevu sevu when presenting kava to a village chief.
A ruined building in Nadi just a block from the main road. The floods earlier in the year drove many businesses out of business.
Rolled tobacco in the market at Nadi. Such artistic presentation; at first I thought it was a woven basket!
The 'lovo' or stone oven in a pit. They put the food on the stones and cover them with banana leaves and wet burlap bags and sand to cook. Then the firewalkers walked on the hot coals after the food was taken off. The firewalkers here are pretty famous.
The Japanese troup practicing with the natives to be part of the show that night. Japanese students of English come here for 4-5 months to learn English and they were learning the native dance moves here.
The nature walk guide in a grass outfit he said the cannibals used to use to hide in the bush to ambush people.
A beach at Musket Cove, near Nadi, Fiji
A sunset at Musket Cove