Two more nice villages are Motodawu and Tokahale, almost next to each other on the same hill
Also in the Lamboya district is a string of three villages, one above the other on the same hill. Unfortunately, the top village, Malisa, had decided not to welcome tourists anymore, either because some tourists had been taking pictures of naked children – and refused to pay, afterwards -, or some tourist got beaten up because they took pictures of some holy object. Whatever the truth, we were obviously not welcome, so abandoned the idea and limited our journey to the villages of Motodawu at the bottom of the hill, and Tokahale, a little higher.
Both are fairly standard traditional villages, with the conical thatched roof houses surrounding large rectangular tombs, some of which original stone ones from before the cement era. Both villages have quite a lot of space, and are relatively widely set out.
Towards the coast is once again an attractive beach, Marusi Beach.