Did you know that ono is six in Fijian!
Did you know that there were no traffic problems in central Suva in the 1930s?
Did you know the magiti is a Fijian feast cooked in the lovo (underground oven?
Did you that Lautoka is Fiji's second largest city.
Did you know that in Fiji wet season lasts from December to April
Did you know that Fiji is one of the many groups islands in the Pacific Ocean.
Did you know that vonu levu is hawks bill turtle in Fijian
Did you know that Taveuni is called the garden island of Fiji?
Did you know that Levuka was Fiji's first capital city?
Did you know that Fiji's popular sport is soccer and rugby?
Did you know that Fiji gets lots of tropical storms?
Did you that Fiji lies 5100 km south west of Hawaii?
Did you know that Fiji has the most clear and blue beaches?
Did you know that Nacula, a hilly volcanic island is the third largest in the Yasawas?
Did you know that sugar is a key industry in Fiji?
A Fijian word I know is ucacevata. It means snow!
An Indian word I know is nahin. It means No
A Fijian word I know is loli. It means lollypop.
A Fijian word I know is bilo. It means cup.
A Fijian word I know is loloma. It means love.
A Fijian word I know is i vola. It means book.
A Fijian word I know is vakaloma vinaka. It means desert.
A fijian word I know is Qio. It means shark
A fijian word I know is jokelita. It means chocolate.
A Fijian word I know is sote. It means shirt.
A fijian word I know is siga. It means sun.
A Fijian word I know is avolo. It means apple.
A fijian word I know is au. It means me.
A Fijian word I know is bilokeke. It means cupcake.
A Fijian word I know is cakava. It means do.
A Fijian word I know is maqo. It means mango.
A Fijian word I know is bani va soseji. It means hot dog.
A Fijian word I know is barasi. It means floss!
A Fijian word I know is loloma. It means love!