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Hello world-bound readers! Silas Moone here from 8 Star Company, here to tell you about a delivery I made to Eisa Colony’s Tourism Center (link). This was the first time to the colony, and when I walked into the Greeble building (link), I remembered if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my travels, it’s that sobriety is not your friend.

So I went looking for a bar, but Eisa’s not your usual spaceport. They say that some American megacorporation took over an aging Soviet project here, but whatever Nanite Systems is, there is a real shortage of inebrients.

Cranky (and sober) as I was, the town has some beautiful sights, and is what you want in a part alien world – full of mysteries.

For starters, is Nanite Systems (link), an android peddler? There were some adult type stuff here, but everyone seemed sentient and consenting. I’ll leave it for you readers to determine.

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Windhill City (link at right) has added more roads and is the recent winner of a driving award, the coveted “Oh Yeah Groove Music Drivey Slide Award.”

The Oh Yeah Groove Music Drivey Slide Award is an annual award, though the awarders of the prized trophy, a small record store in Glenbrook, have said that there are two this year.

“We totally are givin’ up two,” they told us. “We already gave one to the Prototype Tri-State {Prototype, Northbridge, and Glenbrook}, and now we’re givin’ it up to Windhill!”

“It’s a really fun urban environment,” said one traveler speaking of Windhill. “I also drive the backroads of Glenbrook, but if you like drifting, Windhill has some spots!”

Anomaly travelers have been traveling back to 1970s Vietnam, and there are two destinations that any combat aficionado should try. The most comprehensive is Binh Dinh (Indochina Region 1970 era RP and VICE combat link), which offers a variety of environments from caves, towns, and multiple areas for combat and roleplay. Pilots can go to this link (link) to the flight deck in the Gulf of Tonkin.

Also, there is BACK IN NAM (link), a combat area with puts people straight into the intense combat of Vietnam.

Anomaly travelers looking for weapons can find some in the vendors at these location and here (link)

Yankee Truck Stop Rt. 8 ROXOIL, Zvjaginsev

Long haul truckers know something that your average driver doesn’t, and we caught several of these Kerouacs on the road, Route 8.

“The first thing you gotta know,” said one as he took a break from a DK Special at Yankee Truck Stop (link), “is where to stop. Yankee is the best stop and gas on Route 8 and you gotta stop.”

“It’s a slice of Jersey,” said another, “and the perfect place to rez.”

Another customer told his kids to stop using straws to shoot things and told us that the Disco Fries were the thing that made everyone in the family happy. “We always stop at a Rox stop if we can,” he said. “And the Yankee.”

Space age travelers have been impressed by the cyberpunk destination at CFG-0980777 (link), which has a rising company in the spacecraft business (link to Thynome Vector Foundation store). The destination, which has a city, an alien world (2000m up), and a rez demo of the newest spaceships, has impressed Anomaly Travels, which is now scheduling tours. See it for yourself at the above links.

When WBA President Sketch Sun made a trip to Shijima (link) for a coffeeshop meeting, he left more than just a tip.

“Sometimes you go somewhere thinking ‘yeah, another diner meet and greet’, but you get there and it’s just wow, wow, wow,” he told us. “I was so amazed by the town and the beautiful work that had gone into it that I called Waterbank News and then I called Will over at NTBI. He loves this kind of place too.”

The effusive leader of the Waterbank Business Association went on to tell us that the architect of the town, Torigara, runs a business called “::no13::,” and that Shijima is their main shop, complete with items for sale or gacha.

“You should try the curry omelette with katsu and coffee set,” Sun told us, “you won’t regret it!”