How I Went to Fiji, Got High on Kava, and Learned to Love Bottled Water

How a drug-fueled journey changed my mind about Fiji’s most famous export
Every bottle of Fiji Water is like a 3D travel brochure Photograph by Adam Kremer

The Naroko Fijian School, a single-story, concrete-block longhouse, sits on a hillside above the village of Raiwasa, in a remote province of Fiji. Raiwasa is a poor place, but it has one advantage: It’s not far from the Fiji Water bottling plant.

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