Entries in #volunteer (34)

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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Tuesday
Mar072017

Bauisevu  Waterfall

Fiji is full of hidden treasures and after a tip of from a local we went to go and find one – Bauisevu waterfall. Located on the road along the Coral Coast (the same road you get the bus from Nadi to Suva along) about half way between the two cities is a sign advertising the falls.

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Tuesday
Feb212017

Getting Busy In  Fiji

It’s starting to get busy here again in Fiji after the Christmas lull in volunteers and whilst it’s always nice to have company, the best part about new volunteers is the enthusiasm they bring for their projects.

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Friday
Feb172017

Horse  Riding

If you like horses and you know how to ride I can’t recommend enough that you visit Arif at his farm in Lautoka and go riding in the mountains whilst you’re in Fiji!

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Thursday
Dec222016

My Time In Fiji: Animal Welfare Volunteer, Paige

Bula everyone! My name is Paige and last week I was living in Suva, Fiji working on the Frontier animal welfare project! My first full day in Suva was pretty unfortgetable. I was working closely with the veterinarian staff at the shelter and was able to observe and partake in their daily routine.

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