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In a formal yaqona ceremony authority is given by the village spokesman to begin mixing the kava.

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.

A multi-racial, multi-cultural nation, the population of Fiji is made up of significant numbers of followers of all major religions.

Visitors will find Christian churches, mosques, and Sikh and Hindu temples throughout the country.

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.

Be prepared to shake hands and answer personal questions like, where are you from, are you married, how many children do you have… If the soil is damp, spread a layer of ash in the bottom of the hole before putting in the stones and wood.

You may not understand many of the words, but the singing and ceremony will stay in your memory.

One of the great things about this Pacific paradise is that everyone speaks English as well as Fijian or Hindi - although there are a few idiosyncrasies.

If you are invited to drink kava, don't ask, just enjoy the ritual and the tumb noungue, sorry - the numb tongue.

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