Sigidrigi remix Sava mada na yaqona. Sa rauta mada M.Raikoso
Delai Sea-Yalataka Meu Marau Kava Music
Yaqona and Darts Playing Darts with a baby mix
Vale Ni Yaqona Remix of Vale ni yaqona by Laisa Vulakoro i believe.correct me if im wrong.
Madventurer Fiji - Nakavika Village, Moji takes us on a guide to Yaqona Farming (grog/kava).. Yaqona, Kava, Grog, Waka, call it what you will, but the farming of Yaqona is vital to the rural villages of Fiji as an important means of income, allowing food to be put on the table and kids school fees and books to be purchased, and any medical needs can be covered with no worry - and its no different here in MAD Fiji's rural base - Nakavika Village. Join Village Guide Moji, MAD Project Manager Kimbo and venturers Lorna and Andrew as they discover the inner details of farming Yaqona in the Namosi Highlands, Viti Levu. A long hike to the Yaqona plantation (& Banana, Pawpaw, Dalo, Tavioka & Maize!!), a quick snack of fresh Pawpaw, and Moji starts to explain (almost everything) about the Kava plant. ..then its on to the harvest, and re-planting.... Hear the importance of good yaqona farming as Moji explains why its so important to Nakavika Village. To get involved for future projects and for Madventurer Urban Sports & Teaching Projects in Lautoka, and still visit this amazing village for your week long homestay, check out Madventurer offer a unique combination of award winning volunteer projects and exhilarating adventures in some of the most fascinating destinations in the world. Madventurer assist local communities in developing countries though volunteer projects, whilst enabling travellers to gain life-changing experiences through cultural integration, challenge and adventure For more info T +44 (0) 845 121 1996 E elainel@
KATI Meeting in Waimalika Veitalanoa kei itau......yaqona!! Vinaka!!
TAKI MADA!! CHINESE CLUB YARRRRRRRR........! Veitalanoa kei itau......yaqona!! Vinaka!!
Grog drinking - the only way he..he... chalao badka...
Tamani Lane - Raiwaqa Grog Session with the Kacaus
Drinking Fiji's Traditional Drink - Kava Root Drink,yaqona Fiji Independence Day Celebration in APIIT/UCTI Fijian student mixing the kava root with water and I drank it,you have to clap and say "bula" before drinking. I don't know what does it mean in Fijian but in Malay "mula"(which sounds close) means start, I'm not sure its the same or not. And to answer the question of whether we can get Kava Root in Malaysia,the answer is no.
drua spoil lako tu ga na sere in na i bore toso sara tiko.. rau na drua, talented fijian singers..
CS Bilo Kavoro sigi drigi session at Kanavi by the Dixon's Vatuwaqa Serenaders. This was a sigidrigi/soli nite for Club Spacifik.
Sigidrigi at Sammy's Sigidrigi at Sammy G's house. U know what they about!!!! THAT GROG all day baybay!
Jone making Kava in Bolen Mah bruddah from Tavua hooking up da yaqona!
Navi drinking yaqona Navi making jokes @ my birthday grog session
Grog Session Having a yaqona mix to discuss family matters...pass time after a hard working day
Drinking Kava with family Drinking Kava and hanging out with the family.
Kava song Waak Waak Jungi: Kava song
Yaqona Drinking - Sonasali After the firewalking comes the yaqona aka kava time...
Kava ceremony in fiji In Fiji, the drink yaqona (kava) played an important part in public business and social life. The kava was mixed in large wooden bowls which were used for no other purpose and gained a bluish-grey glaze from contact with the kava. The drinking cups were made from coconut shells with the chiefs having their own cups which were tabu to anyone but themselves while the lesser men drank from a common cup.
Tevita and Yaqona Te giving one of his beautifully eloquent speeches upon accepting or presenting yaqona, on this occasion, 15 April 2008, to distinguished guests on Vorovoro.
Grog and Darts Drinking Yaqona
Yaqona Kneegona Pacifik feat Prit Singh, produced by Tiger
Maikeli7 - A response to Billmaa's challenge Wearing a traditional Fijian pocket sulu and drinking the traditional Fijian beverage known as Yaqona (yahn-go-nah), I explain how I got the Youtube username: Maikeli7. Lots of randomness here, folks!!
Sir Edmund Hillary 1984 Fiji Trip - Vatukarasa village Sir Edmund Hillary visiting Vatukarasa village, Tailevu in 1984
Grog and Darts Grog Session
Matasere Vou, New Fijian Folk Band This Fijian Folk Band is going to make waves in the music Industry. Watch this space for some of their latest hits...and live concerts. Na matasere qo sa dau vakaloloma taka na yaqona.
Monday Morning Beginning... This is the beginning to a new song commin up on Yaqona's first CD...
Another Grog Session Grog session with talatala
Grog Session Gunu Yaqona Mai Kinoya
Grog and Darts drinking grog
2009-2010 New Years Street Party Suva Fiji The crowd dancing to Vale ni Yaqona by Georgina Ledua.
KELE MAI LEVUKA.AVI dua ga mata gunu yaqona ni oti mai na qaravi tavi.
Norman Drinking Yaqona Our grog sesh at the back of some store in Nadi. This guy claims to be my uncle..lol
Kava Ceremony Yaqona is Fiji's national drink made from the powdered root of the pepper tree. It is prepared and offered in a social ritual known as the kava ceremony. Commonly served to visitors to welcome then as honored guests at local villages as well as resorts, it is also used to seal treaties, close business deals and christen babies. To try this very popular hand-mixed beverage, request a "low tide" or small serving. If you are feeling enthusiastic, asking for a "high tide" will get you a full cup - to be downed in one go. And you will certainly be invited to stay for more rounds of drinks until the tanoa bowl is empty. Although, kava is non-alcoholic with a mild flavor, it does leave a slight tingling on the tongue. Over the years, I have participated in this ceremony many times in many locations throughout Fiji. Personally, I think it is an acquired taste. Video is from the Royal Davui Resort off Fiji's Coral Coast. For more information, go to
Madventurer Sevusevu - Welcome to Madventurer Fiji Vueki & Kimbo receive the yaqona sevusevu on behalf of Mere, Madventurer, the venturers present (and future). In tradition with Fijian Custom Madventurer present there Sevusevu on Day 1 of the 2009 Project to be welcomed to Fiji, the project and the house.
Madventurer Fiji - Nakavika boys talk about Grog farming A member of the Nakavika Youth Group tells the story of grog..from planting to harvest to selling....or more likely to drink in the village! [Madventurer Community Building Project July 2009] In the background is recently harvested Yaqona Root (kava/grog) being cut up in to different 'types' (root, and root head in this clip) ready to be dried for up to 2 weeks in the Fiji Sun (!), before either selling in the market or being pounded and drunk in the village for the good old Talanoa session! Different parts of the root has different $ value, and gives a slightly different taste too. To get involved for future projects and for Madventurer Urban Sports & Teaching Projects in Lautoka, and still visit this amazing village for your weeks homestay, check out Madventurer offer a unique combination of award winning volunteer projects and exhilarating adventures in some of the most fascinating destinations in the world. Madventurer assist local communities in developing countries though volunteer projects, whilst enabling travellers to gain life-changing experiences through cultural integration, challenge and adventure For more info T +44 (0) 845 121 1996 E team@
Grog and Darts Drinking Yaqona
My Peace Corps Fiji Experience I drink some Kava and talk about my second-favorite drink. I first started drinking this in 1995, and I have never been without my Yaqona (Yahn-go-nah)! Enjoy!