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Do not get sucked in by these people they will promise you a great tour and they won’t hold up to their promise charged us $300 each for waterfall lunch pottery see people in the villages and so called wonderful beach other couple that were...More
I was really disappointed with the souvenir market.. As you arrive there is a huge sign to greet you to the textile market then when you walk in there there's only about 10 huts of souvenirs with pretty much very old,dusty, and out dated souvenirs...More
This is a very small area, but has a lot of stalls. However, most of the goods do not appear to be made by Fijian craftsman and most are not being sold by Fijians. The people try to shame you into buying from them -...More
Two guys started a friendly chat while we walked near their store. They seemed very genuine at first however the next thing we are in the store, fell for their kava ceremony and were pressured to buy items which were triple the price of other...More
Pleasantly surprised when we ran into it. Lines of stores selling identical goods/crafts. As my daughter was getting henna on her hand, the vendors were setting up table with snacks and cake - getting ready to celebrate 2 birthdays - both local vendors. We were...More
We went through the market and there were lots of similar things, such as Kava bowels, in a number of the shops, also similar to a number of shops on the street.
The shop keepers were often original and entertaining with their banter and fine...More
A man approached me and struck up a conversation, then invited me into his shop because he wanted to show me his village on the map. He introduced me to several other people and they gave me a welcome kava ceremony. It was a cool...More
First burre has nice things and owner is very friendly. Beware in all stalls of prices, vendors all quite pushy, be prepared to say no many times, make note of what things are going for at Jack’s first!
Response from MalcolmT536 | Reviewed this property |
I’m sure there is one stall or maybe 2 that sells small musical instruments. From memory there is one at the very back of the market and one of the free standing buildings sell ukuleles and small drums.