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Rotuma Day 2011 - Tiap Hi'i The beautiful people of Rotuma. A small island in the South Pacific ocean

Rotuma Day 2011 - Tiap Hi'i The beautiful people of Rotuma. A small island in the South Pacific ocean

Fijian Man in full bark cloth (masi) presenting the bilo ni yaqona (cup of kava)

Fijian Man in full bark cloth (masi) presenting the bilo ni yaqona (cup of kava)

25 Best French Songs about Paris, Old & New | Chocolate & Zucchini

25 Best French Songs about Paris, Old & New

25 Best French Songs about Paris, Old & New | Chocolate & Zucchini

Paul Weller & Amy Winehouse I Heard It Through The Grapevine Man that girl could sing.

Paul Weller & Amy Winehouse I Heard It Through The Grapevine Man that girl could sing.

Young men perform a 'Tautonga', the traditional dance

Young men perform a 'Tautonga', the traditional dance

Ladies performing a Tautonga

Ladies performing a Tautonga

Shaking the Habitual Ovaj tezičan, teorijski album prepun je poze pa će biti naporan i najgorem hipsteru, premda to pravi hipster nikad neće priznati. Obraćaju se oni zato i sve snažnijoj klasi prekarijata, prozivajući korumpirano društvo i pozivajući na ravnopravnost i pravednost. http://popdel.wordpress.com/2013/04/05/shaking-the-habitual/

Shaking the Habitual

Shaking the Habitual Ovaj tezičan, teorijski album prepun je poze pa će biti naporan i najgorem hipsteru, premda to pravi hipster nikad neće priznati. Obraćaju se oni zato i sve snažnijoj klasi prekarijata, prozivajući korumpirano društvo i pozivajući na ravnopravnost i pravednost. http://popdel.wordpress.com/2013/04/05/shaking-the-habitual/

A Traditional Custom Fijian Wedding - notice both Bride & Grooms outfits are made out of Tapa & Masi (tree bark) <3

A Traditional Custom Fijian Wedding - notice both Bride & Grooms outfits are made out of Tapa & Masi (tree bark) <3

Fijian Firewalker from the Fijian island of Beqa (pronounced Benga)

Fijian Firewalker from the Fijian island of Beqa (pronounced Benga)

Polynesian women wearing flowers behind their ear. A flower worn behind the right ear means the woman is single, and worn behind the left ear, she is married, not available or taken. Associate with the wedding ring worn on the left finger or hand with the flower worn behind her left ear. Generally, the significance of placing the flower on the right or left ear is meaningful only in Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, or for other Polynesian Women

Polynesian women wearing flowers behind their ear. A flower worn behind the right ear means the woman is single, and worn behind the left ear, she is married, not available or taken. Associate with the wedding ring worn on the left finger or hand with the flower worn behind her left ear. Generally, the significance of placing the flower on the right or left ear is meaningful only in Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, or for other Polynesian Women