Off the beaten path: Nauru

Nauru is, by itself, an off the beaten path destination due to its tragic history. The land was rich which phosphates and fell into poverty when the phosphates ran out. This tiny island has a few tropical beaches, Japanese world war relics to explore, Buada lagoon and lots of obese people.

Nauru - the country that ate itself

Nauru used to be a very rich nation with the highest per capita income in the world, due to the phosphate deposits found in layers of guano the island is practically made of. By 2000, the phosphates…
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