|Waya's mountainous coastline|
Yesterday we joined the crews of Pacific Highway and Chakti to present our Sevusevu to the village chief and were then taken on a tour of the village by one of the women, Anna. It's quite a big place, with around 400 inhabitants, and, compared to Fulaga, it's pretty well developed: most of the houses are built from breeze blocks and there's a central generator, water standpipes and showers outside most houses and a good fleet of 'fibres' (GRP fishing boats) on the beach.
Anna took us to the kindergarten where the children were delighted to recite songs and nursery rhymes in both English and Fijian (they learn two Fijian dialects as well as English) with huge enthusiasm and plenty of volume.
|A spirited rendition of Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star|
|... and spirited dancing|
|Followed by the obligatory craft fair|
Today we head north again to Naviti where we hope to find a pass where there are Manta Rays to be seen.