a field guide to the planet - by Damon Ramsey
I have been to Fulaga five times on expedition ships. It is a remote island in Fiji made up of uplifted limestone that have since been carved into spectacular shapes.
There are some very pretty coves and beaches. The last time I was there, the Fiji Wattled Honeyeater was common.
Thinking of travelling again after everything settles down? One of the first expeditions I am booked to work on is the NZ sub-Antarctics with Silversea Expeditions and Australia with Coral Expeditions. And here is a shortened version of one of my lectures in a warmer part of the world.