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SAMOAN BLOGS

5 Awesome Samoan Foods That Will Tickle Your Taste Buds

In this lesson, we will learn about Samoan traditional food and how Samoan people cook it. Photo credit: Zibik

SAMOAN BLOGS

8 Interesting Facts About Samoa You need to Know

Curious about this country? Here are some interesting facts about Samoa – the country with only one city! Photo credit: Michal Pechardo

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SAMOAN BLOGS

How to Play the Samoan Rugby and What You Need to Know?

Talofa! In this article, we are going to learn the most popular and exciting sport called rugby which is played by the Samoan people, and we are also going to talk about the rules on how to play Samoan rugby as well. Photo credit: Edgar Pimenta

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TONGAN BLOGS

Amazing Top Things to do in Tonga

There’s a lot to do in Tonga at any time of the year. We’ve listed the best things to do while you’re on the island. Photo credit: Adli Wahid

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TONGAN BLOGS

Learn Tongan Etiquette and Manners

The Kingdom of Tonga is known as the Friendly Islands for a reason, but that doesn’t mean, you need to roam all wild and free. Photo credit: Jovi Waqa

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TONGAN BLOGS

Learning the Language of Tonga

English is widely spoken in the island, but conversing with the mother tongue is always appreciated to immerse with the local culture. If you’re in the country, here are some phrases and greetings to learn. Photo credit: Asso Myron

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FIJIAN BLOGS

Learn Fijian Manners and Etiquettes before you visit!

Such manners and etiquettes are observed when in Fiji. Don’t get us wrong –Fijians are one of the friendliest people in the world. But showing respect for the country’s traditions and customs pave a long way. Photo credit: Adli Wahid

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FIJIAN BLOGS

Let’s Speak Fijian!

Communication in Fiji is easy as English is everyday used. However, it’ll be polite, fun, and more appreciative if you familiarize yourself with common Fijian words and local phrases. It adds endearment to the friendly and welcoming Fijian people. Here are common phrases you need to learn. Giorgia Doglioni

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FIJIAN BLOGS

Top things to do in Fiji!

What to do in Fiji that Does Not Involve Swimming! Photo credit: Maris Jool