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Dar Dancers

Dar Dancers

After years of wowing the crowds with their Polynesian performances, the Dar Dancers are embracing their own culture and have a number of stunning Marshallese routines that include Marshallese flags and amimono fans. The group performed at the recent state dinner for the ROC President Tsai Ing-wen. The dancers’ leader, Salome Andrike, said “The Taiwanese Ambassador was very impressed Read More

 
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Won Hai Shien Recipes

Won Hai Shien Recipes

Won Hai Shien is my favorite Chinese restaurant in Majuro. Over the past 15 years or so, the eatery has suffered from a huge fire and being asked to leave their Uliga Dock venue but, fortunately, in 2017 the owners reopened in a new location in Uliga. The menu has an extensive range of options, Read More

 
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Majuro Lagoon Writers

Majuro Lagoon Writers

A small group of people meet every three weeks at RRE Hotel to review and ‘kindly critique’ their latest literary efforts. When asked what we should call ourselves, co-founder Amy Ishiguru immediately came up with the phrase Lagoon Writers, which we all thought was perfect. Each member of our group has a different reason to Read More

 
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Beran Island Surf Lodge

Beran Island Surf Lodge

Beran Island Surf Lodge on Ailinglaplap is open for action! Australian water sports entrepreneur Martin Daly first visited Beran in 2006 and since then he’s worked long and hard to bring the water sports resort to reality. According to Martin’s Indies Trader web site, Beran Island is about 45 acres and is central to the best surfing spots Read More

 
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Fish or Dive on Wasabi

Fish or Dive on Wasabi

Cary packed a year’s worth of ocean sport fishing excitement into half a day! — Grant Bilyard, who chartered Wasabi with a few mates in February, 2016 Owned by Cary Evarts, Wasabi is a 26-foot boat with comfortable seating and a huge cooler. Cap’n Cary can take you out for a half or full day Read More

 
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What to Pack

What to Pack

What to pack lists are always useful: Print it out and tick the items off as you pack (first crossing out any you don’t want/need). I’ve added a bunch of comments as to why I’ve included some items in the list. Travel Documents Airline Tickets, itinerary and passport/s: Each must be valid for at least Read More

 
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Ebeye Hotel

Ebeye Hotel

To stay on Kwajalein’s military base, you need to have a sponsor person or family, otherwise you need to stay on Ebeye Island at the Ebeye Hotel. The hotel has 18 rooms, made up of two suites, two deluxe rooms, seven singles, and seven doubles. The restaurant is due to reopen in late December 2017. Read More

 
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Marshall Islands Fixer

Marshall Islands Fixer

If you’re a journalist, consultant, or tourist and would like a fixer (facilitator) for the time you are in the Marshall Islands capital, Majuro, I’m your person! A journalist, photographer, and graphic designer, I have worked in Majuro since 1998 and am a Marshallese citizen. In recent years, I have worked with a number of Read More

 
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Giff Johnson on Nuclear Testing

Giff Johnson on Nuclear Testing

Marshall Islands Nuclear Tests and Fallout from Regis Tremblay on Vimeo. The Marshallese people are victims of the nuclear age and they are now victims of global warming and sea level rise. By REGIS TREMBLAY America tested 67 hydrogen bombs in the Marshall Islands between 1946 and 1958 without properly caring for the people and Read More

 
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Ministries Name Change

Ministries Name Change

October, 2017: Parliament recently changed the names of all the Ministries of the RMI, mainly adding more words to encompass more topics. If you missed the memo on this, for your reading pleasure today is the update on the Ministries and the Ministers. Ministry in Assistance and Environment: David Paul. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Read More

 
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