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Quote 'During that specific Age, the British had the full benefit of the reach of the Empire, along with the finances and leisure to pursue ‘tourism as an avocation’, and copiously relish the trophies of their conquest. '

Yes and I think that is the parallel I see with Tonga, you see the Tongans were the Empire builders of the pacific, and the only pacific nation to hold it's monarchy for such a long period. Tongan's were never colonised officially and share that same, some may call aloofness as the British. I love Tonga and Tongans but on travelling the pacific other Polynesians do not quite share the affection.

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