Monthly Archives: November 2010

Travel Tuesday Brainteaser

Here’s something to ponder on your Tuesday afternoon, straight from your local’s travel pub quiz: Name five countries where the first and last letters are the same, without using the letter “A” or Tibet. The names have to be in … Continue reading

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@CityOfGod

17-year-old Rene Silva has been giving the world unprecedented access to the troubles in Rio’s favelas this week. Rene though has opted for a more modern form of communication than the camera used by his cinematic counterpart in “Cidade de … Continue reading

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Global Climate Change Talks Resume at Cancún

Image from the latest Central America Trail Volunteers   At the sunny beach resort of Cancún, Mexico, environmental ministers from 193 countries have gathered for the 16th Conference of the Parties (COP-16) under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate … Continue reading

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Fish Curry – Goa Style

Lunchtime winter warmer – done With some curries going down a storm this lunchtime at Frontier HQ we thought we’d sort you out with an amazing recipe for you to try out at home. This fish curry from Goa goes … Continue reading

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Disco Jellyfish

This footage from the University of South Carolina was not an experiment to see whether Jellyfish were into House music but instead a study revealing how they feed. Scientists injected a coloured dye into the sand below them and watched … Continue reading

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Cycling To The Ashes

Oli talks to Mike Atherton at the Gabba – Photo courtesy of Cycling To The Ashes Here’s an original idea for a gap year experience. Keen cricket fan Oli began his journey in October 2009 aiming to travel from the … Continue reading

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Respect the transect

Recent news from the Frontier marine team based on Mafia Island, just off of the Tanzanian coast has been very encouraging. The team have recently been carrying out commercial fish surveys within Mafia Island Marine Park (MIMP), located off of … Continue reading

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