1. The Sights & Sounds of Fiji MP4

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    from Laura Krause / Added

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    On location and behind the scenes with LiquidAssets.tv for another filming of their hit cable show "Into The Drink". The Fiji islands of Qamea, Taveuni and Viti Levu are the highlights of this trip video. There is so much to see and do in Fiji both on land and underwater. The Sights & Sounds of Fiji is meant to capture a little bit of it so you can enjoy Fiji as much as we did and make it a "bucket list" destination for divers and non-divers alike.

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    • Survey Trip - Viti Levu

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      From August 31, 2010 to September 16, 2010, Sarah and I had the opportunity to visit Viti Levu, which is located in the Fiji Islands. We flew from San Francisco to Los Angeles, and then from Los Angeles straight to Fiji. We spent a week with missionaries Paul and Martha Daku, and another week with missionaries Joel and Brooke Daku. I had the privilege of preaching in International Baptist Church (Lautoka) and Harvest Baptist Church (Sigatoka). While in Sigatoka, I was also allowed to teaching at the Master's Use Bible Institute. The Lord truly blessed our trip. We look forward to returning and reaching more people with the gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

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      • Diving Fiji - Bligh Water

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        We asked a dive operator on the Coral Coast what was the best location in Fiji, and without hesitation he said "Bligh Water" and the "Vatu-I-Ra passage". In July 2014, we went to Rakiraki, and booked into the Volivoli Resort, home of Ra Divers. Conditions were perfect, and we were able to take our pick of the best sites. Having dived Fiji before, we were surprised at the number of fish we encountered. The spectacular hard and soft corals did not disappoint, and our highlight was seeing a Sailfish! We have taken a selection of scenes to hopefully illustrate what we saw.

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        • Outrigger on the Lagoon-Fiji

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          The Outrigger on the Lagoon-Fiji is a 5 star resort on the Coral Coast of Viti Levu Island, Fiji, in the South Pacific. It sits on 40 acres of beachfront. Guests of the resort will encounter some of the friendliest people on the planet. This video features the Outrigger Singers, a trio that performs daily on the property. On the technical side, this video was shot with a Canon XHA1, edited in Sony Vegas Pro 10, and compressed with Sorenson Squeeze 7.

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          • The Sight & Sounds of Fiji

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            from Laura Krause / Added

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            The Sights and Sounds of Fiji was filmed January 2010 on the islands of Viti Levu, Taveuni and Qamea. The Fijians are a very friendly people and they welcome all their guests in an upbeat song "Bula" with the literal meaning of "life". Translated it means "hello" or "welcome". Song is a big part of their life and they always say goodbye with the haunting "Isa Lei". For anyone who has been to Fiji and heard this song it will bring tears to your eyes as they bid you farewell with garland and hibiscus. Life underwater is just as vibrant and colorful, set to native Fijian music. This was filmed with a Sony DCR-HC85 and Amphibico housing. It was produced to give everyone a little flavor of Fiji with the "sights and sounds" above and below water. Fiji is a must and should be on everyone's "bucket list".

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            • The Nakavika Project Outtakes

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              Equipment: Sanyo HD 1010 http://www.thenakavikaproject.nomadderwhere.com

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              • Bula! Welcome to Fiji

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                Helllllllo Friends to travel video #1. Here is a documentation of my week long layover in Fiji. All Footage is taken on the Island of Viti Levu near Nandi. As you may have expected Fiji is..... nice, superb really, absoluty top notch. If you get the opportunity to visit you really should grab a coco nut, glue on your boardshorts and get ready to relax. To really do Fiji right you will want to hop around to some of the more remote northern Islands. This of course comes with a higher pricetag than the poor mans Fiji experience that I chose. My experience was indeed cheap but not one I would change for the world. I stayed at the Bamboo Hostel, about a 5-10 drive from the Nandi airport. After a free airport shuttle that the hostel provided I arrived to possibly the friendliest staff I have ever seen. They seemed more like old friends than hospitality workers. What the hostel may have lacked in: food options, nice facilities, and luxurious amenities was compensated by: its on beach location, full bar, and $6.50 a night price tag. I met some really great Germans named John and Eva who feature highly in this video. they also resurface in videos and photos in australia, so stay tuned for that. It is incredible the number and gusto with which the Germans are traveling these days. It is estimated that over a million Germans are traveling in NZ and Australia each year! Compared to those countries respective populations that is a butt load of Germans! So naturally many of the travelers I have met are German, and let me tell you, contrary to popular belief they are a friendly and quite hilarious bunch. So John and Eva and myself had ourselves a pretty awsome little adventure in Fiji. I will not bore you with the details, just the sun soaked highlights. We were shown around the island by a mid 50's Elvis impersonator from Jersey that was performing (rather lacklusterly) at a neighboring hotel. We heard about a remote water fall so we searched the town for a cabby with a 4x4 that was willing to take us to it for the day. after a pretty sketchy hour and a half drive and a 2 hour hike through complete jungle we made it to a water fall that was beautiful and does not see many visitors. I was climbing some magical trees that I assume were the inspiration for the movie Ferngully, when a branch broke and I had a pretty wicked fall. I was okay but I got pretty scratched up all over my chest and arms, and I broke a toe (no worries it was a little one). While my injuries were not severe it made swimming in the ocean feel like being hit with the cruciatus curse (harry potter refference #1). We also spent many days relaxing on the beach and playing driking games with Fiji Bitter (the local beer of choice). My other favorite highlight was the nightly kava driking that occured. Kava is a drink that is made from grinding the root of a pepper and combining it with water. It has a calming effect that produces mild euphoria, numbness, and sense of well being. Before you think wow of course you liked the psychedelic tea sessions, understand that when I say it has mild effects I mean extremely mild. They give it to children dailey and it produces little head change if any. That said, the kava sessions were loads of fun. They would never announce where they would be but as you were walking around the property or beach you could find a group of Fijians with a spattering of tourists playing guitars singing and driking kava. It was lots of fun, my sublime cover was massively popular with a couple of the locals. The cultural climate in fiji was an interesting blend between the native fijians and the people of Indian decent that were brought to the island as a labor force when colonized by the British. These two populations are very different to one another and it appears there is much termoil between the two. The country as a whole is extremely poor, and as it is in many third world resort type countries it is a little shocking to see the polarity between the extravegance of the tourism industry and an eight person family living in a shack made of coregated steel. This video simply gives you a glimpse into the Fiji life. I highly recomend that you check it out for yourself if you have the opportunity. I intended on making a regular video blog while I traveled, but I think I will follow this format of posting a video and description that is based on an event or location. This way the video quality will be a bit more exciting and you can read about the details. I'm in Australia now and good things are on the way. Please subscribe to keep up with my adventures and tell your friends! End of self-promotion. Music: When the night feels my song by Bedouin Soundclash

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                • Fiji Flood Relief - April 2012

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                  In early April 2012, the Western side of Fiji's largest island was covered with flood waters. Operation Foundation partnered with Brett Whittaker and a crew of volunteers to provide a medium for relief. Here's a glimpse of the story. To help or learn more, visit http://www.operationfoundation.org.fj/flood Directed and edited by Oliver Schultz (http://www.oliverschultz.net) Filmed by Oliver & Abel Schultz Narrated by Brett Whittaker Music: "The Ash is in Our Clothes" by Sleeping At Last Written by Ryan O'Neal Used with permission http://www.sleepingatlast.com

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                  • ActiveAid in Fiji

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                    Got 2.55 seconds to spare? Of course you have!! We're excited to share this short movie we put together giving you a taste of our time in Fiji. We spent 4 weeks on Fiji's main island. During that time we visited a variety of established NGO's and grass-roots organizations. ActiveAid's concept was warmly received, with many of these organizations interested in collaborating with ActiveAid when we open our database to the public. With this movie were extending our call for support through both recognition and donations. To help us, here is what you can do: 1.Share this video and the ActiveAid concept with your friends and family. 2.Consider making a donation to ActiveAid, and help us with the development of this project. 3.Maybe do both!! (Not sure how to donate? - http://www.activeaidinternational.org/donate/how-to-donate/) (Not sure why to donate or want to know more about our transparency commitment? - http://www.activeaidinternational.org/donate/transparency/) We have many more projects to unveil in the next few weeks so make sure you subscribe to our blog Thanks very much for your support and enjoy the movie!

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                    • FIJI - the islands of Viti

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                      Few words can describe Fiji - but try to imagine a place of swaying coconut palms, white sand beaches, a cloudless sky, sweetly perfumed frangipani, warm sunshine, colorful reefs and the cries of bula, bula in the air .... for this can only be Fiji. Visit www.wynterseaproductions.ca for more South Pacific adventures.

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