Nauru June 2nd 2007 Ha! This travelblog doesn't even list Nauru as a country! So, where shall I start? I think, the first thing to know is that this is the smallest independent country in the world, covering just 21 square km and with just 10,000 inhabitants. On a single island rock. And it has a vote in the UN. It is also the only country in the world without an official capital (well, it is a single island, with on ... read more
Oceania » Nauru Nauru's phosphate deposits began to be mined early in the 20th century by a German-British consortium; the island was occupied by Australian forces in World War I. Nauru achieved independence in 1968 and joined the UN in 1999. Nauru is the world's sm... ... read more
Hi! I'm Kat and I like traveling. I also like, in no particular order, films, graphic novels, basketball, capoeira, well, any kind of sport really, reading books, eating good food and spending time with my friends. I guess the place I call home is Crete, Greece but most of the time I'm based in the UK.
Update: That was me in 2007. What's changed? I'm married to the most wonderful man in the world, Guy Dominic Machito Morris and I live in Fiji! My sporting passion at the moment? Outrigger paddling. More on that in the blogs! ... full info