SIBC’s trip to Savo Island, part two

SIBC toured the beautiful Savo Island last month. Here is part 2 of the photo essay of our trip. 

Deborah Vasuni poses with the traditional dolphin teeth jewellery after performing a traditional dance

Deborah Vasuni poses with the traditional dolphin teeth jewellery after performing a traditional dance

 

A sunset from Savo Island

A sunset from Savo Island

 

A man digs for Megapode eggs in the field in Panueli village

A man digs for megapode eggs in the field in Panueli village. The megapde bird only comes at dawn. But their numbers are dwindling. Keep an eye on SIBC for the full story. 

 

The Megapode eggs buried deep in the sand

The Megapode eggs buried deep in the sand

 

Jack Maeraunga of the Bonala village spoke to SIBC about his experiences with WWII

Jack Maeraunga of the Bonala village spoke to SIBC about his experiences with WWII

 

Cooking cassava and megapode egg in Savo's volcano

Cooking cassava and megapode egg in Savo’s volcano. Yummy. 

 

A man in Kaogele village looks over the canoe he is making

A man in Kaogele village looks over the canoe he is making

 

 

The smaller volcano in Kaogele. Villagers use it to cook and create fire.

The smaller volcano in Kaogele. Villagers use it to cook and create fire.

 

The yellow church of Kaogele

The yellow church of Kaogele. 

 

The children of Panueli

The children of Panueli

 

Denis Vili spoke to SIBC about the old days of Savo Island

Denis Vili spoke to SIBC about the old days of Savo Island

 

 

A sunset on Savo

A sunset on Savo

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