A jolt back to reality of life in the ‘burbs’ always takes a little readjusting after a stay on Fafa.
Our house has no view, a small INDOOR bathroom and you have to make your own breakfast! But knowing we have one last Fafa stay to look forward to makes it easier to cope… although we have heard a cyclone is forming near Fiji.
24 Fepueli Monite.
This morning Broni and I had a fresh coconut juice at Coffee Post cafe before she happily endured another session with Mike the Chinese masseuse while I visited the internet shop for a wifi stint and catch up on life beyond Tonga.
After a stroll around the marketi perusing the fruits, vegies and locally made crafts, we headed to the first floor Reload verandah for a Japanese lunch and just stayed put people watching all afternoon.
We had a superb evening at the Potluck training restaurant dinner sharing a table with some volunteers and a New Zealand palangi couple – one of whom we conscripted to give a talk to the students tomorrow as he worked in customer relations for an airline. Never let an opportunity go by. John was in Nuku’alofa for four days and we had met him at Reload earlier in the day.