Backpacking in Nauru: Top 11 Sights In The Interior, Thon Outback

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 12 Sights In The Interior, Thon Outback

“He’s the one who likes to shoot his guns” – Kurt Cobain. “With their tanks and their bombs and their guns. They are fighting” – Dolores O’Riordan. “Slip inside the eye of your mind” – Noel Gallagher. Nauru has beautiful coastlines, staggering views, classic beaches and wild ocean waves. It’s a Pacific Islands country full Read more about Backpacking in Nauru: Top 12 Sights In The Interior, Thon Outback[…]

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 10 Sights in Aiwo

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 10 Sights in Aiwo

While Yaren might feel like the real capital city of Nauru, nearby Aiwo stakes a claim for the country’s busiest “city”. Well it’s nothing more than a village of course, yet at the same time it’s a hub of activity and also the name of the Province. This is basically as busy as it gets Read more about Backpacking in Nauru: Top 10 Sights in Aiwo[…]

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 8 Sights in Meneng Province

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 8 Sights in Meneng Province

“Here is a sunrise, ain’t that enough?” – Teenage Fanclub. A bar that never opens yet pretends it does, a sh*t AFL pitch and a church with broken windows. Yes these were the highlights from whackpacking through Meneng Province in Nauru. Nauru as an island and country is split into 14 provinces. Meneng is the Read more about Backpacking in Nauru: Top 8 Sights in Meneng Province[…]

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 16 Sights in Yaren (the Capital)

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 16 Sights in Yaren (the Capital)

“Walking round the room singing stormy weather at 57 Mount Pleasant Street” – Neil Finn. Nauru is a real enigma for your travelling mindset. It’s a country that was once known as Pleasant Island, and indeed as a child growing up in Northern Ireland, I knew it as such, as it had that moniker in Read more about Backpacking in Nauru: Top 16 Sights in Yaren (the Capital)[…]

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 8 Sights in Anibare

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 11 Sights in Anibare

Nauru as an island and country is split into 14 provinces but is not as remote and isolated as you might have been told – in fact it’s the hub for some Pacific Island hopping. Anibare is the largest province in area, and as well as being the name of the province is also the Read more about Backpacking in Nauru: Top 11 Sights in Anibare[…]

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 12 Sights in Anetan Province

The Anetan province in Nauru reminded me of my life back in Poland and my wonderful friend Aneta so I dedicate this post and that province to Aneta, often cutely called Ania. You see, Nauru as an island and country is split into 14 provinces and it has 19 villages and Anetan is one such. Read more about Backpacking in Nauru: Top 12 Sights in Anetan Province[…]

Backpacking in Nauru: Busting the Myths About This Lesser Known Island Country

“You’re turning every modern theory on its head” – Gryff Rhys. Nauru is a real enigma for your travelling mindset. Before arriving here, you hear all sorts of fake stories about how it is the most remote island in the world, it’s the most isolated country in the world, it’s difficult to get to, the Read more about Backpacking in Nauru: Busting the Myths About This Lesser Known Island Country[…]

Backpacking in Nauru: Top 8 Sights in Ronave, Ewa Province

Nauru as an island and country is split into 14 provinces and it has 19 villages. Ronave is a village and settlement in the province of Ewa and is basically a large complex that acts as a place to buy everything you need all in the same place!! On an island such as this, Ronave Read more about Backpacking in Nauru: Top 8 Sights in Ronave, Ewa Province[…]

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