Monthly Archives: December 2010

Lost in translation

If you’re thinking about heading to China for a gap year in 2011 you might consider one of our projects whether it be an internship writing for a publication or learning Mandarin in Beijing. While you are there you are … Continue reading

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Manta on the move

Manta Camp, Frontier Madagascar’s base of operations, is on the move. Since 2005, Frontier has been based in Antsiranana Bay, situated in the Northern tip of the island, but now the team is making a fresh start on the island … Continue reading

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5 of the best: Footwear

Jon’s sambas aren’t going to get him up a mountain but are perfect for navigating the Hackney jungle Lets face it, on some of our projects you are going to be doing some walking. So naturally you’ll be wanting to … Continue reading

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Chirstmas Flashmob

With Christmas delays dampening everyone’s holiday spirits this month it’s nice to see somebody try to make the tedium of airports more bearable. In the clip 60 performers joined together in Vancouver airport for an Air Canada sponsored flashmob, dancing … Continue reading

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‘Appy Christmas

Those lovely folks at Lonely Planet are giving away their apps again. You can download 13 of the most popular European city guides for free up until December 23rd. Perfect for a cheeky winter break. Amsterdam Berlin Copenhagen Dublin London … Continue reading

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The case of the clouded leopard

Fears have been sparked concerning Bornean clouded leopard (Neofelis diardi) populations in Brunei. Widespread habitat loss and poaching throughout the clouded leopard’s range in the lowland rainforests of Southeast Asia has caused severe population declines in the feline’s populations. According … Continue reading

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Venezuelan Christmas: Hallaca

It’s Christmas!…Nearly. It’s party time at Frontier Towers but while we’re keeping it decidedly British with the turkey and pudding we thought you lot might like to try something a little different. Practice makes perfect for those headed off for … Continue reading

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