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We visited here as part of our tour - ending with lunch at this village. These people who dont have much did everything possible to welcome us as one of their own will a lovely spread of food. They showed us their traditional cooking methods,...More
My father visited the village 45 years before and I returned as the next generation with copies of photos he took. The elders in the village were very excited to see the old photos, most people in them had passed away, while others saw themselves...More
We were given a tour here when we stayed at the nearby Intercontinental resort with Tiki who worked at the resort. It was a lovely couple of hours having a look around and meeting the villagers, the Chief, the pigs and seeing the homes. It...More
Upon learning that most Fijian villages don’t own a car while we were holidaying in Fiji, my wife decided to pick up a lady who was hitch-hiking to Sigatoka. ‘Paula’ invited our family to her village and two days later we walked into Vatukarasa. Unfortunately,...More
Made a quick trip to Vatukarasa to visit Tima and the children at the kindergarten. Tima is an amazingly welcoming woman who runs a beautiful little school. The children were full of smiles and song and loved having visitors. We also bought souvenirs and body...More