E dua tale na noqu taro saka...I am a Fijian historian and this is the first I am hearing of this. I know that in the 1700s and 1800s there was contact between Tonga, Samoa and Fiji and people of these nations travelled between the countries. The only known settlement is a Fijian one in Tonga called Lomaiviti, who are descendants of those who left Fiji to fight in tribal wars and build canoes. They were given this piece of land as gratitude by Tupou I. It is also known that there were moves by royal families in the three countries to intermarry. However, this information about Savai is news to me. As for language I agree that each country has a distinct accent. Please can someone elaborate on this claim? Vinaka
E dina ni ka dua tu na Tui Viti ena gauna sara i liu(sega ni wili o Cakobau)? Ke dina, e vei na nona yavu?