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If you are invited to drink kava, don't ask, just enjoy the ritual and the tumb noungue, sorry - the numb tongue.When visiting a village, it is customary to present a gift of kava, which is also known as "yaqona".The Fijians are pretty easy-going, but if you are invited into a village, wear modest clothing and take off your hat (wearing one is an insult to the chief) when in the village.Leave your shoes outside the door when entering a home and keep in mind that it's also insulting to touch someone's head - which can be tempting when you are surrounded by wide-eyed, smiling children.There are two groups in the make - the orchestra (Vakatara), who sit on the ground and sing or chant for the second group, the dancers (Matana).The instruments are percussion (hardwood gongs, bamboo tubes, beating sticks etc).To contact any member on Biker Next Australia, you must first create a Totally Free Account to ensure you are real.
After it's been pounded into powder and mixed with water, it is usually served in the head person's house. Your respect for their customs and traditions will not only make you a welcome guest in their villages and homes, but add another dimension to your Fijian holiday. To make your own you'll need; Dig a hole 60cm (2ft) deep and 72cm wide.When mixed, a server will carry a cup ('bilo') to the chief guest, who must clap ('cobo') once before and after completely drinking the first cup.The order of serving depends on the status of those present, from the highest-ranking chief down.For the Meke the performers wear garlands of flowers (Salusalu), the men wear full warrior costume and the women, in traditional clothes, glisten with scented coconut oil.Yaqona (pronounced yangona) is Fiji's national drink.