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Guam, Palau, Karachi discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

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It's really not uncommon for these guys to go to guam to go to the u._s. Do whatever and was really convenient. As tourists right is everybody speaks. Native english anguish on there was a lot of cultural touch points. I every time that i was in karachi's corona's a base in every time that <unk>. It's just the the weirdest part of society right. I met a couple of missionaries local missionaries that were traveling to the island to try and convert people and obviously obviously there's internationals that live and work their scuba sector <hes> i was at dinner with a coupla that one time and the queen of palau to come into the restaurant so they introduced me to the queen plough ed murray accessible society and everybody's really friendly and as a as a native english degree you can talk to <unk> legitimate because it's just so who international and that's when you get introduced to the quyen decarla majesty all what was the protocol <hes> you know nobody really explained slate but to me it was a little bit awkward because we don't have these these it is <hes> tried to be as polite as possible <unk> awhile so nice to meet you and she said she stood inside the table and talk to this shirt amid or two and then had something better to do what just happened. This is another the place we have to put on the list phil but for those people that aren't feeling adventurous as as you were taint five days of food kayaks kayaks snuggle darby put off by that there are places that you can. I that has infrastructure. Cour is a fairly modern city. There's plenty of sort of tourist-oriented hotels. There are plenty of restaurants. You can get indian food or fresh fish shore american burgers or whatever <hes> so certainly not a place that you have to go and end suffer the whole time and really put yourself through hardship but you know if you're gonna go all all the way to the middle of the pacific. It seems like the kind of place that he should be pushing just that little bit further and having a great way to experience pillau absolutely perfect. We'll have a link to historian..