There is also a clear division of who does what, with food stores being operated by Asians (with not one seemingly able to speak English) or Fijian Indians (who do), while cafe's and bars are run by Expats, as are most of the tourist activities.
Sunday, as in all of Tonga, is a designated day of rest, and by law everywhere is closed. Not even the airlines are allowed to fly in or out. The churches are packed and in our village next door, where there is both a Wesleyan church and the LDS (Mormons), the first wake up call for service is a 5am drum beat. The bells start at 6am!