American Samoa  
Despite the palm-trees-wafting-in-the-trade-winds image, American Samoa is something of an oddity in the South Pacific. Hastily Americanised in the 1960s, the islands have all the ugly results of commercial and cultural imperialism sticking out from behind the fronds. Yet despite all of this, American Samoa still somehow manages to be attractive to travellers. Cultural practice hasnt entirely disappeared, only a small area of the islands is disgustingly polluted and the locals friendliness has barely been dented.

 States/Provinces Of American Samoa