Dating practices in fiji
The man walking with the machete is typically a farmer (like the man we came across), or worker who has been slashing the lush vegetation. We ended up taking a photograph of our machete-carrying farmer and his dog.
Unfortunately, Mauritian women are often force-fed to become fatter for their wedding, sometimes causing them endless illness and health problems down the line.Make use of the resort's fabulous kid's clubs and nannies; you can feel confident your kids are in the best of hands.Or just enjoy the interaction between Fijians and kids - it's heart warming.5 Machete wielding men are no threat The first time you see it, you will do a double take, as my friend Sharon did on her first visit to Fiji.Fiji time is used to explain away everything from unexpected delays, to when things don't quite go as planned. As the Fijians say, "no hurry, no worries".2 You'll never feel so welcomed at an airport anywhere in the world How many airports in the world employ a band of smiling locals in floral shirts to serenade you on guitar and ukulele as you pass through immigration, or as you sadly depart for home? 3 You'll say Bula a lot Bula (pronounced Boo-lah) is the national greeting.Wherever you go, locals will holler Bula in welcome.