Dutch Harbor has doubled its GTFO docks, making the shopping and boating hub one of the most traveled destinations in the wider Blake area. Visitors have also reported that the island has added more stores and finally opened some of the tunnel network under the island to the public.
This week’s pic comes from Calleta City Airport (link to airport lounge), where railways, ports, and airfreight meet.
Sunny Fields, home to TBM and several other companies (link), was awarded the “Best Desert Award” by the WBA.
“It’s been a long standing destination with real appeal,” said WBA President Sketch Sun. “I fly and shop there whenever I can. It’s packed full of surprises too, so you should snoop a little. The lime rickey at the diner is perfect for the heat.”
Link to the airfield and destination is above.
Just a few hundred meters from Archerfield Field in the Greater Tulagi Area are pleasures like the one above – a site of classic Americana is off of Route 9 in Broga (link). Unlike some mainland road that are so crowded that drivers have difficulties crossing borders or avoiding vehicles, Route 9 is relaxed and stretched. Huge tracts of land are unclaimed or undeveloped which makes the driving easier and the attractions easier to appreciate.
Catch a burger at the diner above, see an Irish castle, or ornate gardens all in an area that aims for the 30s and 40s. It’s not a rule in the region, but there are more war-era parcels here than anywhere else.
To see Route 9, start with flying into Archerfield (link) and walk over to the Archerfield road rez .
Oceanographers from Waterbank University have anomaly traveled to Port Diego and were wowed by a rich and abundant sea life.
“We took these pictures to show people what things used to look like. It’s really unbelievable. You see this and you just want to cry,” said one oceanographer. “Those terrible crabs have really changed our world.”
Not far from Archerfield in the Tulagi region is Victoria’s Gardens, a classic Victorian garden complete with captive animals for a private zoo. The large estate is worth a stroll and open to the public. You can find Victoria’s Gardens in Haetae (link).
Travelers looking to see the explosive side of nature up close can go to Orwood, where a live volcano spews molten boulders on a protected waterway. Visitors and tour groups should follow this link: Volcano Orwood (link).