Some stories on Vanuatu
G’day my name is Dawn and my fiancé, Gavin, and I just had the most fabbo holiday in Vanuatu and I just want to tell you about some of it.
Ian Heydon’s Port Vila. As with any place in the world, living in Vanuatu is a vastly different experience to visiting for a holiday.
Jenny Gray’s Port Vila. So what if the house girl dyes all your undies pink or yellow as in my first case of undie assassination.
As Dorothy once said to Toto, “I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore.” This statement couldn’t have been truer for my first experience of Vanuatu’s government services, namely customs.
Port Vila through the eyes of children. A compilation from the Port Vila International School Creative Writing group in the style of Dylan Thomas.
A satirical look at a couple of characters you could well spot on a Vanuatu visit.
What looks fantastic, has endless combinations and mutations, and means you never have to have a bad hair day (on your holiday)? Hair braiding!
As Jenny found out, the outer islands of the archipelago have plenty to offer those seeking something other than your ‘standard’ resort style holiday.
Golfing in Vanuatu can be rewarding for both the handicapped and the hackers, however you may find that some of the metal flag pins have ‘gone missing’ – they make terrific spears for fishing!