|A quick lunch at KFE (mock up of Kentucky Fried Chicken where we've discovered the best meal is chicken bites|
|The guy on the Left is a future Elder coming to our mission. Middle Elder Haimin, and R Elder Ulululakeba who was serving here temporarily (he's Fijian) until his visa came through and is now heading to his assigned mission|
|Looking down from the rail of the boat we saw this about 10 feet behind a motor boat and Richard said "a Fiji wakeboard" Of course it's a bamboo raft, but I was glad to be traveling on the boat.|
|Thisboat came into the doc as we were leaving. It looked like a boat that transports food to the different islands.|
|We traveled along the back of Ovalau and there were a lot of grassy hills, trees and coconut palms and one road along the perimeter of the island|
|The AP's told us to stay at the Royal Hotel in Levuka, so we rented a room for 3 days and discovered there was no air conditioning, a small mirror and sink next to the dresser in the bedroom.|
|A lovely view (these boats are a common site and many rust out quickly due to the salt water) The windows had no screens and heavy wood doors that we proped open with a stick with notches and a huge nail.|
|This is another shot of the bays we ocassionally saw with alot of palm trees and group of houses|
|This is one of the many historical pieces they had in the dining area where we had breakfast|
|The lounge area with a mix of old and newer furniture. When we rented our room the owner was an older man near our age, and we asked him "where's a good place to eat?" "He said I don't know I don't eat out"|
|This is the back view of a church with a tall clock tower that reminded me of Big Ben in England|
|This is the road along the ocean in Levuka has several groups of shops. |
They had store fronts that reminded me of the old west.
|We stopped at a museum....yes you guessed it, this is a neck breaker , |
used in the early days to dislocate the head from the body of their victims.
|un uh (= yes) this is the famous club use to knock an enemy out |
as they entered the low narrow door of a villager's house.
|Big Ben's cousin|
|This bay is on the way to the flat Mike told us about. We often see these |
where the telephone poles were set up right through the water which is quite shallow.
|A very old tapa cloth|
|I got up early one morning and watched the sun rise|
|The church building|
|L-R Sister Liya, Emily, Wati, her sons and youngest daughter She asked me to send |
her a copy of these pictures since they don't get a chance to have many pictures.
|Across the road from the church is this small stream and a swimming hole that also serves|
as the Waters of Mormon (baptisimal font) for the Levuka Missionaries
|Catholic Cathedral in Levuka|