Entries in #travel (30)


The Kingfisher in all its  Magnificence

3 species of kingfishers, illustrated by the French naturalist Georges-Louis Leclerc.

A stunning appearance. Like a lightning bolt, a flash of white and blue making its way through the mangrove canopy.

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5 Tips for new Travellers coming to  Fiji

Travelling is an adventure and where better to start your adventure than the beautiful islands of Fiji! It can be a daunting decision to make if you have never travelled alone before. I had very little experience in travelling when I decided to take the plunge, which resulted in me being a nervous wreck when I started my journey. Now I have settled into camp, I want to share a rundown of what to expect and encourage you to start your adventure of a lifetime with Frontier, without nerves or hesitation!

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Adjusting to 'Fiji  Time'

If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to travel to Fiji before, you may of heard the phrase ‘Fiji Time’ and I think that’s my favourite expression here, it simply means that life is slower here which is quite eye opening compared to the hustle and bustle of modern life in the UK.

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Learning To Dive In  Fiji

My first three weeks in Fiji were spent participating in the ‘Marine Conservation’ project on Beqa island; a ruggedly beautiful landscape of cascading palm trees, draped mangroves and sun-drenched sand; lazily scattered amongst other islands in the azure depths of the Pacific Ocean.

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Cinnamon Coffees, Bananagrams and Sota  Tale

In the past two weeks we have welcomed a new volunteer, Bridget, to the Beqa camp for 3 weeks. Bridget has already completed her dive training in South America and is ready to start surveying as soon as she has passed her coral tests...

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