"Storyboards" Koror Tourist Trap Tip by GuthrieColin
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Storyboards are a form of Palauan artwork that is chiseled out of wood using rudimentary tools. These works of art can be very extravagant, and take their carvers several months to carve just one storyboard.
When visiting local museums you may have a chance to view some of the most complex and time consuming storyboards and might even have a chance to purchase one. Try not to fall in love with one until you know its price. They often can be worth $500 and above.
Unique Suggestions: If you do feel the desire to purchase a Storyboard I would suggest that you do. They are truely one of a kind and you won't find another like it anywhere.
I would just suggest that you know the price of the pieces that you are looking at, and that you are prepared to pay for it.
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