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Ride Around the Island in Tuvalu

This is one common thing every Tuvaluan does in their daily routine. If you are bored at home, you can just rent a motorbike which is $10:00 a day and start riding around the island, to see many beautiful things on the island. You can ride a motor bike without wearing a helmet. Every road are very easy to take, because there are only 3 main roads on the island. You can take pictures and enjoying the cool breeze and the fresh air.

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Coffee in Timor Leste

If you are a coffee drinker you are in for a treat when you holiday in Timor-Leste! Coffee produced here is high quality, delicious and exported all over the world. It is a hot commodity selling at a premium price on the global market, exported to the United States, Germany, Portugal, Indonesia and Australia. The Timorese are also great coffee drinkers, with a preference for it black and very strong.

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Robert Louis Stevenson Museum in Samoa

Up in the Samoan hinterland just at the outskirts of the capital city of Apia is the home of the famous Scottish author who spent his final years in Samoa. Known as ‘Tusitala’ (Samoan for ‘teller of tales’) his works include Kidnapped, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Treasure Island. His beautiful mansion Vailima has been converted into a Museum set within lush gardens and is open to the public.

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Samoan Cultural Village Tour in Samoa

Located on Beach Road next to the Visitor Information Fale and overlooking the gorgeous harbour is the Samoan Cultural Village. Under the roof of various fales are authentic demonstrations of traditional Samoan activities including wood carving, basket weaving, tapa making and if you are lucky enough, even witness someone getting a traditional tattoo done by a master tattooist! Treat yourself to a meal straight out of the Umu or the traditional oven. Meet and interact with Matai (Chiefs), Tatau Masters, Carvers and Siapo (tapa) Makers at the Cultural Village.

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Babeldaob Tour in Palau

Palau’s Compact Road encompasses Babeldaob Island, opening up opportunities to visit sites of cultural/historic importance, such as the Badrulchau (Stone Monoliths), Japanese lighthouse, stone paths, stone faces and stone platforms. Just one hour south near Koror to Ngarchelong in the north, the highway runs through forest and savannah. One exciting feature of the highway is the experience of both the east and west coasts of Babeldaob with stops at markets for local food and refreshments. There are several rental car companies in Palau and many tour operators offer land tours in the various states.

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