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“I was born in 1926. I've been collecting bottles for 70 years. I have hundreds of Coca-Cola bottles coming from all over the world, especially the United States. The oldest bottle dates back to 1915.I also collect relics of planes or ships, relics of the Second World War that I found buried in the ground, in most cases.I collect these objects because history is fundamental, and the Second World War was very important in the South Pacific where there were …
“Our village prays when the sun sets, when all the birds and people are asleep and there is no more noise. In our worshipping we pray for our crops, like tropical fruit, to grow well. We pray for the sun and rain to come and make everything grow in the best way possible. We do many ceremonies in which we all dance together, and at the end of the season we have a very big ceremony”.
“I was born in Scotland, but I spent most of my life in Australia and in the Pacific Islands, working for the indigenous people in Samoa, Tonga, and Vanuatu. I teach boys how to build houses, boats, and furniture. We don't have electricity, so we do everything by hand: mixing cement, making blocks, and we depend on rain water to make concrete. Our main philosophy is to train boys to be useful in society and not just depend on Government handout”.
“I teach at Ekipe Primary School in the rural area in the North of Efate. We are trying very hard to make our students understand how important it is for them to learn English.The school has been active for about nine years now, and it has been founded by a religious association. Some of the buildings have been founded by the Japanese Government, some others are temporary. The United States’ Peace Corp Volunteers come from time to time to help us with the …
“Kakula is a small 35-hectares-privately-owned island. The original project was to turn it into a private island only for the rich and famous like Tom Cruise and George Clooney, who would pay 45.000 USD per night.Today it is open to the public. On the island there are maximum 12 people. We have 5 rooms that we call the ‘island lodge', originally designed for the assistants and body guards of the rich and famous. The food is organized by Fabi, so it has a …
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