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  1. Arti says:

    Nauru people have gone through a hell of a lot, going from richness to poverty and then back again (to an extent), friendly island folk, with a laid-back attitude. Drink prices are actually quite reasonable considering everything imported (AUD $5 a beer). ? Lots of remains from WW2 which include Japanese prisons, and gun turrets ? Lots of remains from WW2 which include Japanese prisons, and gun turrets Not exactly booming, but you have Jules Bar, which offers great sunsets, good cocktails, live music, and a local vibe, as well as the nightly disco (Monday – Saturday) at the Menen Hotel (Nauru Hotel), as well as most restaurants serving booze. Not exactly booming, but you have Jules Bar, which offers great sunsets, good cocktails, live music, and a local vibe, as well as the nightly disco (Monday – Saturday) at the Menen Hotel (Nauru Hotel), as well as most restaurants serving booze. Funnily enough, there is quite little in the way of “local cuisine” with most of the restaurants being run by Chinese immigrants (not refugees), but most interesting is the many pop up restaurants made by the migrants stuck on Nauru, which include Iranian, Pakistani, and Indian, that probably make Nauru one of the most diverse places in the pacific that you can eat!

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