Not a Motor in sight for Ifalik Atoll

Not a Motor in sight for Ifalik Atoll

On one Micronesian island in the Pacific Ocean there is no source of electricity and no reason for fuel. Fishing by sailboat, labouring by hand and entertainment through interaction make this Yapese culture one of the most unique in the world, largely because they have chosen to resist the pressure and intrigue of development. Ifalik Atoll truly is magical place that has kept its purity.

 

 

 

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Rebecca Mayoll is a ‘just turned 30’ freelance writer and photographer from England. She is the co-founder and author of straightondetour.com, a travel website with the mantra ‘find your own adventure.’ Promoting adventurous destinations, independent travel and giving a humorous insight to the World of travel is what Becky does best.

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