Friday
Apr272018

Colo-i-Suva Forest  Park

Welcome to a nirvana in the heart of Fiji. Colo-i-Suva Forest is a fresh oasis in the heart of a country which is already renowned for its fertility and beauty.

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Friday
Apr202018

Kava with a  ‘K’

Flickr | Dave LonsdaleAs with all countries around the world, Fiji is stacked with its own local traditions, customs, clothes, food, behaviour and general ways-of-doing-things. One of these is Kava and the other night, we took part in our welcome ceremony with the family in Suva and boy-oh-boy did the Kava flow.

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Friday
Apr202018

Fiji! Forever  Fiji!

There’s only a weekend left before I leave Fiji and I’m already beginning to feel sad. I know in my heart I will miss this country and its people. My time with John Wesley Primary School's 602 class has been unforgettable. This class is, quite honestly both wild and wonderful.

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Monday
Mar192018

Top 5 Places To Chill And Cool Down In  Suva

What are the best places to chill in Fiji? Have a read of the travel tips by our teaching and community volunteer.

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Monday
Mar122018

The Fijian Love of  Rugby

Don’t worry, this isn’t a blog solely aimed at die-hard rugby fans. It’s more a deeper look at a portion of Fijian culture that isn’t ceremonies, national dress or the island’s famous Kava. Rugby is just as important as these to people across these islands and here’s why…

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Wednesday
Feb072018

A teacher in  Beqa

Arriving in Fiji to start my 5 months of volunteering as a teacher meant knowing that summer vacation was fast approaching and a summer camp would have to be prepared. I was offered the chance to travel to Beqa Island, where all the marine Frontier volunteers are, to set up a summer camp in the township of Raviravi.

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Wednesday
Dec062017

Trip to the Sand  Dunes

Along the Kings Highway on Vitu Levu, the mainland of Fiji, you will find one of the best days out in Fiji. It’s not palm trees and white sandy beaches, but huge towering sand dunes which you can explore for hours.

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Wednesday
Nov222017

Kids Will Be  Kids

Entering my first day at a Fijian school I tried not to expect anything but I has heard stories of "Fiji Time" and wondered how a developing country could compare to home, Switzerland. 

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