Tawara is not the usual holiday place but it is an experience, the centre of the Global warming debate, seeing life close to the ground and realising that people do not need all the new gadgets to be happy.
We enjoyed the welcome everywhere and especially here where on of the owners (all family are owners) explained their existence, being land owners when the tide was out, building their owns shelters, fishing, growing some of their food on the sandy soils etc. I had the best freshly prepared freshly caught fish dish with pumpkin and other vegetables mostly grown on their land. I complimented the young cook on her dish and presentation.
The windy site was beautiful and cool. Flights in are twice weekly via Fiji. When the tide goes out, you can walk across the creek.