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· February, 2008

Stories about Oceania from February, 2008

Fiji: Heart-Shaped Island

  29 February 2008

The gang at Paradise Failed discovers Tavarua, a heart-shaped island among Fiji group; “…this freak of nature is called Tavarua, otherwise well-known amongst surfers as “Cloudbreak” for its perfect wave form. And, unfortunately, due to its luxurious nature is inaccessible by your average income earner.”

Fiji: Digital Politics – A Review on Presidential Election

  26 February 2008

Jonathan Segal, a Fiji-American, blogs about his views on the current American election. “If I was living in the US, I’d be sick and tired of hearing about the elections all day… While in Fiji, however, I can explore in my own time without experiencing the political-fatigue commonly associated with...

Trinidad & Tobago, Australia: de Boissiere Passes On

  21 February 2008

Blogging from Trinidad & Tobago, Antilles acknowledges the passing of author and centenarian Ralph de Boissiere: “one of the chief figures in the Beacon group, a circle of young, talented, ambitious writers that formed around the Trinidadian magazine of that name in the early 1930s.”

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