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This is a fresh island paradise with welcoming locals, mild breeze, culinary delights and clear water. Comprising 83 islets, Vanuatu is home to some of the world's secret gems, among them volcanos, submarine shipwrecks, secluded seclusion and shores, stomping cascades, pristine lakes and an exceptional cultur.
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The writer Simon Proudman says that Vanuatu is "an arcane place and not easily accessible. Simon from Sydney is one of the few writers to have written about this Commonwealth land in his Vanuatu: Far Flung Places Travel Guide. The Vanuatu consists of 68 populated archipelagos spread across the South Pacific, and cover a land mass the scale of Belgium.
From 9am to 5pm, the roads of the capitol are populated by tourists," says Simon. "Only a few get away from the major Efate although the smaller ones can be more interesting," heds. Last year Simon went to the small isle of Gaua and this is one of his suggestions, even if you don't anticipate finding many tourist amenities there.
From a historical point of view, the isles were the only common colonies of Britain and France. Thanks to the Franco people you get good sandwiches and lots of good quality buttermilk. "It was not reiterated elsewhere, "and perhaps for good reason," says Simon. "Vehicles were on the side of the highway, depending on the driver's nationalities.
This was a delivery of car," says Simon, "so now they're on the right-hand side of the street. Part of the vessel is only 20 metres deep," says Simon. "They are very friendly," says Simon, adding that there is so little tourist activity that they are really interested in you.
"Yes, some crusaders landed in the western part of the island in pots," he says. "This was mainly an inter-tribal issue," he added soothingly. It is easy to take the boat to destinations near Efate, Simon says. When traveling to Gaua to the northeast, there are three weekly departures that are quickly sold out, he says.
On the North Island you can hire a roofed cottage made of coir fibre. That', says Simon. The best thing is eating, he added. I had lobsters three days a week when I was in Guau," Simon says with a smile. Bettina Proudman's Vanuatu: Far Flung Place's travel guide is available at Amazon.
I' d like you to hear my conversation with Simon again here: