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Discussion in 'Kava News' started by Henry, Sep 25, 2014.

  1. kasa_balavu

    kasa_balavu Yaqona Dina

    It may be photoshopped.

    AFAIK the best opportunity he'd have had to try kava was on his 1979 tour when he visited Australia, New Zealand, and Hawaii.
  2. verticity

    verticity I'm interested in things

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  3. kastom_lif

    kastom_lif Kava Enthusiast

    That guy is SERIOUS about not getting kava skin.
  4. Kapmcrunk

    Kapmcrunk The Kaptain of Crunk KavaForums Founder

    hahaha

    It all makes sense
  5. Krunkie McKrunkface

    Krunkie McKrunkface Kava Enthusiast

  6. verticity

    verticity I'm interested in things

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  7. kastom_lif

    kastom_lif Kava Enthusiast

    The (semi) famous Obama Nakamal in Port Vila. 10FD332B-BC73-4BE8-947B-807AAC7EDFDA.jpeg
  8. kasa_balavu

    kasa_balavu Yaqona Dina

    Prince Charles, the son of the deity Prince Philip, is to visit Vanuatu in April. He's had a few bowls of Fijian grog in his three visits here, but has he tried some of that fresh Vanuatu stuff?
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  9. kasa_balavu

    kasa_balavu Yaqona Dina

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  10. nabanga

    nabanga Kava Enthusiast

    Chas arrives in Vila today for all of 4 hours before going on to the Solomons. He won't have time to visit his father's worshipers on Tanna but will be going to the Cheif's Nakamal, so let's hope they ply him with an extra potent shell at least...photo to come..

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  11. nabanga

    nabanga Kava Enthusiast

    Down the hatch old boy[​IMG]

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  12. kasa_balavu

    kasa_balavu Yaqona Dina

    Looks like quite a big shell. Hope it was a high tide.
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  13. Krunkie McKrunkface

    Krunkie McKrunkface Kava Enthusiast

    Royal Bula! That IS a big shell.
  14. kasa_balavu

    kasa_balavu Yaqona Dina

    HRH Prince Charles Drinking Kava in Vanuatu.
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  15. WaltonGroggins

    WaltonGroggins a.k.a. "Kount Grogula"

    Prince Charles is to Jimmy Savile
    as Joe Paterno is to Jerry Sandusky
  16. verticity

    verticity I'm interested in things

    It was a special variety of kava:

    Telegraph.co.uk: Prince Charles declared an honorary high chief on Vanuatu where tribe worship his father

    "Prince Charles might not have the god-like status of his father Prince Philip on Vanuatu, but he was given an honour of his own on a visit to the island nation.
    Gamely donning a grass skirt and a white garland, the heir to the throne was made a high chief in a colourful ceremony on Saturday.
    In the tradition of the Malvatumauri Council of Chiefs, Charles took part in a series of rituals as he was given the high chief name of Mal Menaringmanu.
    The prince also took a sip from a cup of special kava, known as Royal Kava, before planting two trees on the island.
    The drink is reserved for special occasions and was only last consumed when the Duke of Edinburgh visited in 1974."
    Let's all just be thankful he didn't gamely don a traditional koteka [Edit: PNG word, Vanuatu word is namba, thanks @kastom_lif...]

    Yumi Toktok Stret has lots of pictures of Charles receiving the rock star treatment in Vanuatu..
    YTS: Prince Charles Royal Visit to Vanuatu

    EDIT: YTS has opinions about the meaning of Prince Charles' new Cheifly Title:
    Wanem meaning blo chiefly title blo Prince Charles Mal Menaringmanu
    To the extent I can follow it, opinion seems to be divided between jokes about the old colonial power Britain vs new "colonial power" China, and people who believe the title is meaningful and should be treated with respect.. One commenter explains the literal meaning is "Mal mean high. Menaring mean antap lo mountain. Manu mean people.."
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  17. kastom_lif

    kastom_lif Kava Enthusiast

    A koteka? In Vanuatu they're called nambas. Prince Charles, being the son of a man Tanna, probably would not wear one.

    Edit: no worries @verticity. PNG is a cool place too. It's nambas on Malekula though. Wan nambas. Tu nambas. Fulap nambas. Smol Nambas. Big Nambas. Plis no putum nambas taem yu wokbaot long Vila, from ol turis oli fraet tumas. ;)
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  18. Aquafina

    Aquafina Member

    My very favorite was seeing John Paul II drinking kava! "JPII, we love you!!"
  19. Squanch72

    Squanch72 Kava Enthusiast Kava Vendor

    I had a goal of meeting my favorite musician,.Tyler Childers, at one of his concerts and to give him some Kava. Well last night it came true after the Hope in the Hills Healing Appalachia concert to help fight opiate addiction. Such a humble artist and a fine human being. I gave him a bag of Waka and an Aluball to get him started. He said he heard of Kava but hadn't had a chance to try it. Here's to hoping he loves it like we do.
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  20. verticity

    verticity I'm interested in things

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