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Fiji Me" it’s a way of making your paradise dreams come true. In a world of over 333 islands and almost every conceivable activity to choose from, you can be assured of one thing when you arrive in our pleasant South Pacific destination… that you will experience memorable days and nights that will last a lifetime.

Here in Fiji you can say, "Thrill Me" and then choose to hike mountain trails, raft white waters, or speed across and above the ocean surf. You might also request, "Romance Me" and engage in every single type of romantic fantasy come true that your mind can possible dream up. You may hear our waters siren to you and say, "Dive Me" and we can take you down and along some of the most beautiful and colorful soft coral in the world. Fiji may call out for you to "Explore Me" when you can don your back pack and head across a country chock full of adventures and ‘adventurers’. Mingle with locals and you feel the need to say "Bula Me" and experience all the culture, traditions and legends of a once fierce but now fiercely happy and humble people. "Fiji Me"…it’s everything you want it to be.

 
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    Love love love this kind of stuff! Story here - PDF here. Here in Fiji we may be possibly witnessing something similar - at least, that is our working hypothesis although we're still debating about how to test it. Maybe you remember this paper, and this picture. It is an old graph of Bull Shark sightings. In essence, it shows how the Bulls disappear at year end for pupping and
  • Corkscrew Killer Conspiracy - ad acta!
    Source. Remember this stupidity? Well, the mystery has been solved. Read this - evidence here. In all likelihood, the injuries of those Seal pups were caused by cannibalistic adult Grey Seals = likely NOT by a man made object or machine - but by no Shark, either! Source - click for detail! And thus, Patric is now free to consecrate his treasured vintage fine, (signed)
  • Sharks in Fiji - Status Report!
    Blacktip Reef Shark - one of the species that is increasingly being targeted for food.  Stellar pic by Ozzie Sam! So what about Helen's report. And I cite So far no significant decrease in coastal shark populations has been seen, good news for those of us fearing that shark-fin fishing was continuing to damage shark stocks, but we can only confirm this one way or the other by

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