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Daily Prompt: Going back to Nauru

Go back to a blog post you always thought could be better, or were unsatisfied with — now, fix it.’

My blog post that I want to fix: I wish I were in Nauru


Forgetting every stress in this world and just enjoying the simplicity of life. How I wish I were in Nauru relaxing and meeting other nationality and to learn more about their culture. Wouldn’t it be nice to isolate myself in this beautiful Pacific island where no one can disturb my private meeting with mother nature?

It’s sad to hear that one of the premium things you can get is the simplicity of life. Some eat organic foods, buy expensive organic stuffs, believing that money can buy them simplicity. Yes they can have it but they won’t appreciate it as they will never ever learn the value that having a simple life doesn’t need those expensive minimalist items you can bought anywhere. It’s just you and mother nature. Appreciating her beauty and her creation. Thanking her that you are a creation of fate, of destiny that someday you will return the favor by caring and raising awareness.

Beautiful smal island-nation of Nauru

That is why I wish I were in Nauru so that I can forget everything — from politics to crimes. It would be enough if it just a day but surely I will remember it for the rest of my life. It is just a small island that with a nice shoreline, large deposit of phosphate (as a souvenir? naah..), and trying every single of their foods.Despite the fact that Nauru is 2012’s least visited country, this phosphate-rich country still boasts a beautiful coastline and a very hospitable Nauruans that will make our stay in that small island one of the most memorable we had in our lifetime.

Great Song to complement my daydreaming: Let’s go away for a while (Beach Boys)


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