Here’s a new 324 page guide to Vanuatu and to the “relief” of travelers (literally) there’s a review of the Best Public Toilet in the South Pacific on Page 99 What a quality publication!
A mammoth project, and a result of spending two years living and traveling around the islands, and involving help from the Vanuatu Tourist Office, many locals living on the main and more remote islands, and Air Vanuatu (working there gave us access to cheap airfares which were a huge help in getting to the more remote islands!).
324 pages with maps, photos and detailed listings on accommodation, food and drink, and things to see, not just for the main islands of Efate, Santo and Tanna, but also for the more remote islands including Ambrym, Malekula, Pentecost, Epi, the Banks and Torres, and much more.
The book includes a selection of stories about places, events and people in Vanuatu, which will transport the armchair traveler to this beautiful Pacific nation, while giving more background and details for the intrepid visitor.