I'll start with the Cook Islands, a little-known (at least to most Americans) island chain with 15 don't-blink-or-you'll-miss them blips of land spread out over 756,000-square-miles of the South Pacific, most of which is protected as a marine park.
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My favorite Aitutaki motu was probably Tapuaetai, the world's only "deserted island" with its own post office.
The many lagoons surrounding the islands contain every single shade of blue in a hardware store paint palette.
We really don't know if there is a God. I have my doubts on a daily basis, but I hope there is, and if there is I hope He saves me.
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