Learn all about Fiji Day celebrations in our Tecahing and Community Project Coordinators latest blog post
Intrigued to know more about the motivation of our volunteers in Suva, we asked our journalist Matilda Buss about her time here and why she decided to travel to the other side of the world!
Journalism Intern Gaia Segantin decided to spend her weekend visiting other parts of Vitu Levi Island, including Natadola Beach. Find out her thoughts..
We had just finished dinner and we got ready to experience a true Fijian tradition: Kava. Kava is a Fijian drink made out of the root of the Kava plant, it has a really funny and weird taste the first time you drink it and it makes you sleepy after a couple of cups!
'Touring Suva’s main hospital brought home the problems with funding and equipment presumably faced by many of Fiji’s health departments, especially in the wake of cyclone Winston'
"My teacher of the class was extremely supportive and helped translate to the children when needed and was very understanding whenever time off was needed, she has become a good friend out here in Fiji.."
As a Journalism graduate and as somebody who back in Britain juggled freelancing with government admin work, I found myself wanting to experience something new and exciting.
A sea of yellow saris blinded us as we entered Sangam temple on Sunday afternoon. Everyone was out in their finest to see the fire walkers dance across hot coals to achieve a balanced life.