Entries in #volunteer (38)

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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Thursday
Nov162017

Top Tips for  Beqa

Upon arrival to the beautiful island of Beqa you will notice the blue waters, see the coral reefs as you drive over them and might even get some whale or dolphin visitors!

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Tuesday
Oct242017

Island Living with a  Conscience

Fiji is well aware of the affects of global issues like climate change and rubbish, as islands are disappearing and deserted beaches are found covered in plastics. This weekend the volunteers took a trip to Leleuvia Island Resort and got a taste of a resort leading the way in sustainable living.

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Wednesday
Oct182017

It turns out I'm the city  girl

In Fiji, Frontier has two bases. One in Suva, the big city; the capital of Fiji. The place with traffic and shopping malls and one on Beqa, the kind of place that people picture when they think of Fiji.

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Wednesday
Oct042017

Winging Your Way To  Suva

Fiji’s main airport is located in Nadi (pronounced Nandi) located on the Western coast of Viti Levu, one of the largest islands in Fiji.

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Tuesday
Mar212017

Shark  Dive

It might be all about community projects over here in Suva but given the opportunity to get in the water with some fish I absolutely will snap it up!

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Tuesday
Mar142017

Sand  Dunes

The beauty of Fiji’s many beaches never fails to take my breath away, regardless of how many times I have been, or where they are. But walking the sand dunes was something extra special.

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