The Island of Fiji
"Welcome to the beautiful island of Fiji"
Fiji Gold Coin
- 24 Karat Gold
- Worth: $100.00
- Invented in 2009
Food in Fiji is mostly popular for their seafood. Women usually eat after the men do, & they what on mats and rugs on the floor. People in Fiji don’t use what we would use to eat, and it’s called silverware. Large Feasts are cooked in earth ovens and the most popular feast is called "Komodo".
Komodo, a famous fijian dish.
Stuffed Fish Fillets
Fish Soup with Fijian bread
A lady washing her clothes using a wooden board, soap & water.
A man hunting for food, he decides to pick a turtle!
A woman makes bread in her kitchen.
Sugarcane and they also have a good source of lumber. Cattle, pigs, horses and goats are raised on the island. Fiji has suffered since the 1990’s because of the low world prices. Tourism and mining are important to the Fijian economy. Australia, Singapore, New Zealand and the United States are Fijians top trading partners….most imported goods to Fiji are manufactured goods and machinery equipment, they also trade fruits and vegetables, gold, silver and timber.