Buzz·Posted on 21 Aug 2015This Country Has Disney Princesses On Its Official Currency"How much does that bread cost?" "Two Pikachus."by Jemima SkelleyBuzzFeed Staff, AustraliaLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail This is Niue, a beautiful and tiny island in the Pacific Ocean. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com While the country has many wonderful things that make it special... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com ...like its crystal clear water and rugged coastline... View this photo on Instagram instagram.com ...the best thing about it is its currency. chiefacoins.com Niue, population 1,200, uses New Zealand dollars, but also produces their own commemorative coins each year. New Zealand Mint / Via bbuttonbits.com The 2001 collection featured Pokémon. In 2014, these colourful Disney coins were produced. New Zealand Mint While the $1 and $2 commemorative coins are legal tender in Niue, collectors have been paying handsome sums for them online. New Zealand Mint Want a coin worth $1? Well, you better be prepared to pay a lot more. ebay.com.au It's gotta be a pretty cool country if you get to use these for buying your groceries. New Zealand Mint AND Niue was also the first country in the world to offer free wi-fi across the whole island. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com WE'VE FOUND OUR NEW HOME BYEEEE! Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF imgur.com Like BuzzFeed Oz on Facebook!