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He said in all his time he had not met anyone “more happy and smiling”, but of course they say that to all the tourists right?

Ironic though, coming from a countryman of the place voted the world's friendliest nation (twice in the last 5 years) out of 200 countries.

Using these ‘buses’ was a steep learning curve in every sense, since Pt Vila is very hilly!

I learnt the hard way you must tell the driver what you will pay before you sit down, having provided very precise directions, and don’t hand over the fare until you have arrived.

Every ride was one that would compel you to get out and kiss the ground the moment you arrived.

In the winter of my working discontent during 2012, I suddenly decided I would combine Christmas with taking my first ever overseas holiday, alone.

It was the perfect way to absolve all familial obligations by running away to a South Pacific destination and leave everyone to sort their own arrangements.

I settled on Vanuatu in an Adults-Only resort, which despite the title, was not a porn shop, it simply meant that in kid-free accommodation, I would not be annoyed by ankle-biting, anti-social monsters under the age of 12!

It felt like a movie when the resort guide collected me from the airport with a whiteboard sign boldly bearing my surname in capital letters.

It was very reminiscent of the Woodford (Mudford) Folk Festival.

The flooding exacerbated the ordinary chaos of Pt Vila which was a cross between Cairo and Beijing without bicycles on a good day.

My hair was equally chaotic courtesy of the humidity, which was nothing like I’d experienced in Queensland. The only cure for the Wild Woman of Borneo’s ‘ranga’ hair, was to get the beast braided. Getting around Pt Vila involved Magical Mystery Tour style ‘buses’, a euphemism for clapped out, rustbucket vans who rattled along to anywhere.

There were no bus stops, no timetables, no routes and no rhyme or reason.

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  1. He said in all his time he had not met anyone “more happy and smiling”, but of course they say that to all the tourists right?

  2. Ironic though, coming from a countryman of the place voted the world's friendliest nation (twice in the last 5 years) out of 200 countries.

  3. My travel ignorance was apparent as I darted in the torrential monsoonal downpour from the airport to leap in the door of the awaitng (dry) van.

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