BootsnAll's One-Stop Zamunda Travel Guide


Expect to barter in Zamunda. Outside of Tattoine, and a few of the other cities, the Zamundar is not commonly accepted. It is often viewed suspiciously, especially by elders, who reject the commercialization of their island. Bring a few objects with you before you go: material objects like clothes are best. Try not to barter with magazines, as the pictures in them are likely to cause offense and disrupt the communities you are visiting. Also, food, although it may seem like a good thing to bring, can be difficult for Zamundans to process and break down in their systems. Other popular trading items include cards (teach them how to play a game before you go!), games and light sports equipment like Frisbees and footballs. Bartering for a ride to and from the island is less common, as most are Equatorial Guineas who value paper money.

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Category: Getting There

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