Vanuatu ups their welcome to cruising sailors with new approach

  Vanuatu ups their welcome to cruising sailors with new approach What a photo of the volcano on one of Vanuatu,s 83  islands, only one of three places in the world where you can do this !Include it on your bucket list? ‘Eric photographing volcano from above’    . What a government does …

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“I love Vanuatu, and I’m always dreaming of going back there,” Jessica Mauboy

After performing in front of 180 million people  at the Eurovision Song Contest Jessica states, “I love Vanuatu, and I’m always dreaming of going back there,” she said. Jessica Mauboy reveals how she travels all around the world and how you can too 19 HOURS AGO JUNE 01, 2014 12:13AM  from news.com.au …

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Vanuatu will get you back to nature

How to get back to nature in Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu 30 May, 2014 Anne Majumdar travel weekly Back in the 17th century, Spanish explorer Pedro De Quiros first set foot on Espiritu Santo, mistakenly thinking he had found Australia. Although nowhere near as large as Australia, it is the largest …

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Vanuatu: 10 reasons to Visit

10 reasons to get excited about Efate, Vanuatu 15 May, 2014 Anne Majumdar Hungry for adventure Efate’s mix of mountains and coastline offers a varied and vast range of activities for adventurous types in Vanuatu. Just 15-minutes outside Port Vila, visitors can climb the spectacular Mele Cascades with Evergreen …

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Vanuatu 49 milliseconds away from Global gateway

Vanuatu has a new Fiber Backbone Sydney, Australia, May 7th, 2014 – SpeedCast, a leading global satellite telecommunications service provider, today announced a further extension of its TIER 1 IP Backbone into Vanuatu. SpeedCast acquired significant fiber capacity on the new ICL-1 submarine cable, which will enable local service providers to …

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Vanuatu Phone company to introduce E-education

E-education in VanuatuVanuatu’s telecommunication company, Telecom Vanuatu Limited, which is owned by interests in Mauritius, says it will help introduce   E-education to classrooms if it receives a request from the government. Its chairman, Sarat Lallah, was speaking to participants at the 18th general meeting of the Pacific Islands Telecommunications Association …

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