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Always waiting and watching

I gave up my light blue passport 25 years ago. But I have never given up on my birth country’s dreams and aspirations. I watch her journey from afar. 958 more words

A Fiji Holiday

I’ve just returned from a holiday on the island of Malolo Lailai in Fiji with a group of friends. We had an idyllic week, relaxing, swimming, walking on the beach, and of course the usual eating and drinking the best food and wines. 182 more words


Democracy rules this week

I am not really a political animal although everyone who knows me knows I have an opinion on most things.  This week it is hard to avoid politics and I find myself interested in not one but three polling events. 669 more words

The Human Condition

Weekly Photo Challenge: Humanity

“What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. These are but trifles, to be sure; but scattered along life’s pathway, the good they do is inconceivable” Joseph Addison…

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Fiji elections: Bainimarama goes from copu-maker to democratically elected leader?

Here is a link to my op-ed for The Conversation. I suggest that the complexities of Fiji’s situation can be approached by understanding the complexities of Bainimarama himself. 33 more words


Do You Want To travel With No Visa? Check These Amazing Countries.

From my last travel, I did a whole research on countries that wouldn’t need a visa. So, if you looking for information on a perfect gateway to be at and a place that wouldn’t need all the visa processing and stress lot. 2,756 more words


One year to go....

Rugby, England. Thursday 18th September 2014

Today sees another milestone chalked off on the road to Rugby World Cup 2015 – it is one year until the start of the tournament. 191 more words

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