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It is quite easy for the administration to manage a small number of people and maybe be the number of tourists is so less because there is nothing much to see.
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It is a small country situated in the North-East of Australia about 4000 km and about l800 km from Papua New Guinea almost in an Easterly direction and is surrounded by many other island countries like Marshall Island, Kiribati, Tuvalu, Fiji, Vanuatu, Solomon Island, Federated states of Micronesia etc.
It has no official capital but Govt offices are located in the city of Yaren. They do not have any stream or river there and collect the drinking water from rooftops during rains. In fact drinking water is imported in this country. They have got deposits of good quality phosphate minerals and same is exported.
The climate is tropical and due to irregular rainfall the cultivation is limited and moreover the cultivable land itself is limited and the only crops are mainly coconut palms, pandanus, bananas, pineapple, and some vegetables.
There are a great variety of plants and trees and this island is a favourite stopover point for migratory birds.
Nauruan is the local dialect and English is the main language. The currency is Australian dollar. They have a President and a Parliamentary system to run the country. Interestingly, there is no Income Tax in Nauru.
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I wonder how difficult is to survive people on rice and meat only. But that's easy for the administration to manage the things. It's easy for the government to maintain things when the country is small and has less population. I was just reading about the country on Google. The population of the country is just 11.5k which is too less if compared with our country.
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Nauru's climate is hot. Here it is very humid throughout the year Nauru will have rains in November and February. The temperature here may go up to 35 °C during the day and in nights it will be around 25 °C.
About 80 per cent of land on this island was having mining activity. The marine life here has been killed to a lot of extent by the phosphate rocks in this area.