Vilu Museum, Solomon Islands.


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Visiting Vilu

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October 31, 2018

Vilu War Museum is an open-air museum displaying one of the biggest collections of World War II artefacts in Solomon Islands. These artefacts, mostly American and Japanese, have been collected over the years from different parts of Guadalcanal making it the biggest collection of World War II artefacts in…

Kakabona beach, Guadalcanal, Honiara, Solomon Islands.


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Trying Tri Club

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September 27, 2018

Before coming to the Solomon Islands, the longest distance Nid had ever ran in a single stint was 2 km, which would have to…

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Aunties discover a new way to use sanitary pads (and you won’t believe what happens next!)

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September 18, 2018

Apostolic Jerusalem Anointing Oil, step aside. There’s a new kid on the block.

We were at the market this morning looking for coconut oil when…

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Honiara, Solomon Islands.


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Pack list for the Sollies

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September 10, 2018

Moving to the Solomon Islands and wondering what to pack? Now that we’ve been here for a year we feel like we can pass…

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Visale, Solomon Islands.


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View from Visale

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August 30, 2018
Visale is a great day trip out of Honiara. A nice spot for snorkeling, picnicking, camping and climbing up.
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Koli Point Action Quonset Huts - Solomon Islands.


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Koli Point Action

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August 6, 2018

We recently discovered yet another cool World War II site in Guadalcanal, this time by pure chance.

During the recent Melanesian Art Festival, we met…

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Turtles at the Arnavon Nature Conservancy, Isabel Province, Solomon Islands.


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Turtling in the Arnavon Islands

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July 30, 2018

Hawksbill turtles are one of the most critically endangered sea turtles in the world. We went to one of the few places where they…

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Honiara, Solomon Islands

Kia ora. We are Dan and Nid. Exploring the Solomon Islands for the next two years.

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