Monday, May 19, 2008

Recently went overseas on holiday to Vanuatu and thought it was one of the most amazing places in the world. Anyways, when i was there, I met up with some other tourists (they were from New Zealand, so I was the only Aussie girl) and we decided to try kava. I tried it by the second day, didn't really like it. Neither did any of the other girls. I was talking to the receptionist abou this at my hotel and he told me to wait for him until four and he would take me. So i went with this Ni-Vanuatu friend and he showed me exactly how to drink it - he chose the perfect place, the perfect time, the perfect setting and the perfect company. I was hooked. I stayed for three weeks and I had kava every single day, except on Sundays. Leaving Vanuatu behind, I missed it. Desperately. Not just the kava, the whole country. I have been trying to buy it online now and have found the perfect supplier, The Vanuatu Kava Store, who are authentic and reliable.
It's not getting any better. A friend of mine is planning to move out with a feeling that there's no more hope here. Ouch! Now that hurts! Maybe he is just after the greener pasture outside the country which somehow he cant find it here. That's his option, but if we come to think of it, is there still hope? Probably there is in some areas but generally, things are moving kind of slow and it's not getting any better.

Wow ... all these times I havent seen anything our lawmakers have been doing but getting at each other and dropping the axe on each other. There are more important things to be done for our country but what we always encounter are probing of one guy to the next ... if this things continue probably there is no future ahead for us. Not just getting the same people into the same boat. Although it may take some time for us to fully change the system but hopefully we can see some tangible effects to this so-called system change in the government after the elections. I've noticed around the world, alot of the governments are really begin to acknowledge mother nature in all their speeches. They are thinking of ways to be eco-friendly and encourage a variety of ways to reduce waste and thinking of ideas such as alternative energy. It's a great concept, having the government encourage eco-friendly thinking, as it unites us all and we all feel like we are truly contributing to this world.