We started out with a jet boat ride on the Sigatoka River. Our pilot was great. He made it fun, but knew the history of the area. We were taken to a village next and us women put on our sarongs out of respect. After a tour of the village by a wonderful village guide, we prepared to meet the villagers, by participating in the Kava ceremony, getting beautiful flower necklaces made by the women, and enjoying a very tasty lunch. Then singing and dancing followed. We felt very comfortable meeting the people, and appreciated them having us in their house. A great experience, one that is long lasting, because the people were so kind and generous. We were then picked back up by our boat pilot and taken back to our buses. a few of us stayed in the boat for some 360 degree turns.
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