Daliconi is a small village from which one can sail to the Bay of Islands.

Our photos show the truck picking us up from the airport, taking us to a beach from whence we got Ratu Joe's boat to Nawanawa and then he took us to Daliconi.

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This is the one big truck on the north of Vanua Balavu - it took us to a bay where an ice making plant for fishermen is being built.


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Here we are wading into the boat.

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This is what it looks like sailing around the headland towards Daliconi and Nawanawa.  Ratu Joe of Nawanawana is the helmsman.

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This is the beach at Daliconi - it is used by fisherfolk.

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This is doing the Sevusevu ceremony in Daliconi.  By presenting Kava roots to the chief's son we received a blessing that allowed us to walk around the area.

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Here are children coming home from school and scenes from the roadside near Daliconi.  It is common to see horses tethered with a rope in Fiji.

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These are views of the Daliconi bay and forest behind Nawanawa, where coconuts grow.
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This is the open air oven at Nawanawa where good bread is made and a view of the peninsula where Nawanawa Estate is located.

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