Untold Tales 17: No Words Required, Beachcomber Island, Fiji

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Sometimes, no words are necessary.

From water

Welcome

Beach

Almost.

Meet again my good friend P.G…you may have read about him in my blog about Franz Josef Glacier? Click here for an image of P.G with the Nomad on another adventure.

Well, P.G has an amazing knack of getting lost, hence one of his nicknames, ‘The Beagle.’ Beachcomber Island is tiny, and can be circumnavigated by foot in 10 to 15 minutes. There’s a small jungle in the middle, and a few log cabin type buildings. Nothing else. Basically, impossible to get lost. That is, unless you are P.G. Did I mention it’s a tiny island? P.G managed to get lost twice in 3 days, which to me is pretty impressive. I salute you P.G, and thanks for the endless entertainment.

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One thought on “Untold Tales 17: No Words Required, Beachcomber Island, Fiji

  1. Pingback: Untold Tales 28: The Tongariro Crossing, New Zealand | Twenty First Century Nomad

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