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Bislama

Try to work out what this says. It is a very sensible pidgin English that when spoken fast is a bit of a challenge, but when written is easy to follow. If you have trouble with this, Google 'Bislama' and see what you can find out. Bislama, English, French and the local dialect (of which there are over 300 that are all different!!!) are the languages heard around Vanuatu.
Vanuatu- Surprise Package

February 21st 2009
Sorta, kinda didn't really know what to expect when I first went to Vanuatu as the online information isn't terribly extensive, (http://www.vanuatutourism.com/vanuatu/cms/index.html) so while I had made some plans as to things I wanted to do, there was still the very real sense of "I wonder..." as we descended into Bauerfield International. The surrounding countryside was rough grazing land covere ... read more
Oceania » Vanuatu » Efate » Port Vila

Ni-Vanuatu Flag The British and French, who settled the New Hebrides in the 19th century, agreed in 1906 to an Anglo-French Condominium, which administered the islands until independence in 1980.... ... read more
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