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There\'s Something About Saipan! (p9.95/e7.95)
Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. A US territory in the western Pacific.

People come for a week and end up never leaving! Tourists return season after season. Men and women come and find the loves of their lives. Others decide to raise their families here. Yes, there's something about Saipan that endears it to visitors and residents alike. But what is it exactly? Is it the weather? Is it the unique history? Is it the warm, welcoming indigenous Chamorro and Carolinian people? Is it the unique mix of guest workers and expats from all over the world? Is it the unique, possibly magical. energetically enhanced proximity to the Marianas Trench, a combination of all these or something as yet unidentified?

Well, now you can discover Saipan for yourself with this insightful, sometimes irreverent, occasionally politically incorrect look at the life, love, legend and lore on the island of Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands. Discover all the things historically, culturally, environmentally, economically, politically, militarily and even geologically that make Saipan, Tinian and Rota (and the remote northern islands) unique not just among US territories, but in the wider world!

Created by Saipan tour guide, Walt Goodridge as a supplement/takeaway for his "Saipan in a Day" WWII/Amelia Earhart tours, it features "about one-seventh" of the commentary and conversation he weaves into his tours of the standard tour sites as well as off-the-beaten-path adventures! Discover the other six-sevenths at www.discoversaipan.com!

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