We have found Fiji's most beautiful village, Kadavu. It's the capitol village on the island, so to speak, and houses the chief of all the villages on the island. We visited with our friends aboard Il Sogno as we'd heard there was a phenomenal waterfall nearby.
But as things go in Fiji, one doesn't visit the local natural attractions without presenting sevusevu to the chief.
The boys borrowed sulus from the locals, and here Dimitri gets a few pointers from Dominic about how to fasten it appropriately around his waist.
There was a lazy river running through the village, so we hung out on its shore while our buddy below pounded the waka root to make the kava.
Then Dimitri enjoyed his first coconut full of grog!