go here In Fijian mythology, the word tukuni can be translated to a legend a myth or a fairytale. In another translation of the word, it means to tell on someone “au na tukuni iko” (I will tell on you) — literally to be an informer. Now let me be an informer, and no I am not going to inform you about a person but about an eatery located at Tuvu past Ba Town on your way to Lautoka.

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