Fiji is a tropical island in the South Pacific Ocean. It comprises an archipelago of 322 islands, although most of the population live on Viti Levu and Vanua Levu. The tallest building is the Reserve Bank of Fiji and is just fourteen storeys high. The islanders have developed many languages and dialects. The local drink is Kava, but it is a numbing narcotic concoction which is passed around in a wooden cup.