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Micronesia Travel Video, DVD, Sightseeing, Culture, People

  1. $19.95 VHS NTSC

    Item Code : GLOB1800

    Micronesia - Travel Video.
    Globe Trekker Video. Micronesia, a little known region in the Pacific, comprises over two thousand islands, of which only about a hundred are inhabited. With almost a quarter of the world's atolls, Micronesia boasts some of the best diving in the world. Traveller Megan McCormick begins her journey on modern westernized Guam, then flies to Ponape, the capital of Micronesia, and after a stop in the state of Chuuk, goes kayaking through the magnificent rock islands of the Republic of Palau. Finally she goes cycling on the ancient land of Yap and attends the island annual celebrations. 50 minutes. Along the way? $_$_START_LIST ? Visit Nan Madol, Micronesia's greatest archaeological ruins, scattered on tiny islands linked by canals, and dubbed the Venice of Micronesia ? Hike through the stunning lush vegetation in Ponape ? Search for the hump backed turtles at Ulithi Atoll ? Go wreck diving in Chuuk ? Dive with Manta Rays in Yap's Miil Channel $_$_END_LIST
  2. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : CLES1801

    Kiribati - Travel Video.
    DVD. Countries Less Traveled. 30 Minutes. Kiribati is a collection of 33 islands and atolls in Micronesia. Nobody goes there apart from Christian missionaries who actively compete for souls. Catherine and John stay in a seedy motel on the main island, Tarawa, where they experience a 1st birthday party in a village. They learn why you shouldn't eat the fish and how to make toddy, a coconut drink. In another village, they see how the people live and are honoured with a feast complete with special dance performances. Catherine joins a women's craft group and they both enjoy the nun's Sunday lunch.
  3. $19.95 DVD All Regions Worldwide

    Item Code : CLES1802

    Nauru - Travel Video.
    DVD. Countries Less Traveled. 30 Minutes. Nauru is a Country less Travelled because it is so far away, being right on the equator, because it is bankrupt and because it is full of wrecked Landrovers and ghostly phosphate mining machinery. Yet it's a fascinating island republic with a coastline of just 22 km and a population of 10,000 who were the second richest nation on earth some 15 years ago. Nauru's wealth was bird droppings: phosphate used in fertiliser production. Now it's gone there is nothing to replace it except for the detention centre housing refugees caught attempting to enter Australia by boat. They talk to some of the last refugees. Finally Catherine and John are mistaken for TidyTown judges.
  4. $29.95 DVD Regions 1 & 2

    Item Code : GLOB20827

    Micronesia & Pacific Islands -  Travel Video.
    DVD. Globe Trekker. 120 Minutes. Micronesia, a little known region in the Pacific, comprises over 2,000 islands, of which only about a hundred are inhabited. With almost a quarter of the world's atolls, this region boasts some of the best diving in the world. Traveller Megan McCormick begins her journey on modern westernised Guam, then flies to Pohnpei, the capital of Micronesia, and after a stop in the state of Chuuk, goes kayaking through the magnificent rock islands of the Republic of Palau. Finally she goes cycling on the ancient land of Yap and attends the island annual celebrations. Along the way… Visit the archaeological ruins of Nan Madol - the "Venice of Micronesia" - scattered on tiny islands linked by canals Hike through the stunning lush vegetation in Pohnpei Search for the hump- backed turtles at Ulithi Atoll Go wreck diving in Chuuk Dive with Manta Rays in Yap's Miil Channel PACIFIC ISLANDS (FIJI, VANUATU & SOLOMAN ISLANDS): Situated in the South Pacific midway between Papua New Guinea and Polynesia, these tropical islands, once infamous among explorers for head hunting and cannibalism, are now better known by travellers for their pristine waters and colourful reefs. Traveller Ian Wright begins his Pacific adventure diving in Fiji. From here he flies to Vanuatu to meet a tribal chief and climb the world's most accessible active volcano. He ends his journey wreck diving where he discovers the bloody World War II history of the Solomon Islands. Along the way… Scuba dive among sunken warships Feed sharks in the Mamanuras Islands Walk through cannibal country Climb an active volcano and peer inside Gallop down the beach on a runaway horse