So next day after we arrived we hopped on a local bus and went on. To Lautoka, the capital of the country's primary agricultural industry - the sugar cane. And onward to small sleepy city of Ba. And then yet further up the unpaved bumpy ride to the last village on the road in the mountains - the Navala.
Navala is the only village left in the country that builds their houses in traditional way and that is keeping most of its original tribal social system. Just as we get off the bus we were introduced to the villiage welcoming party and invited to the house of the chieftain. Chieftain's grand-daughter showed us all around the village, its curious sugar cane and bamboo houses, its friendly inhabitants, and its school, church and library built by missionaries. Join us as we explore the remote village of Navala and get a taste of real Fiji!