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CJ Harriet Island 2014-08-25

Relax. You're on island time.

  1. veija2
    Please note: you can't actually download this cj. If you try, you will just get a blowup of a thumbnail signature image. :bored:

    Harriet Island was founded on Hammer Island by the Funky Monk. Population is 2.01 million.

    The Legend: Harriet, the Egret and the Lion

    In the beginning, time fell from the sky. Harriet grabbed it up, and carried it across the heavens on the back of a giant sea turtle. As she flew, the world sprang up below. The Lion, king of the sky, was so delighted at what Harriet had done that he swallowed her whole. In his warm belly, her song became the mighty egret. Together, the three of them governed the World.

    When the sky-pirates attacked, Ka-hai advised the royals to cast egret egg shells across the sky for protection. Many people died, and sorrow filled the land. Eventually the pirates lost interest and sailed away.

    A great fog fell over the world. Harriet, the Lion and the Egret disappeared into it. Memories were shaken, and then lost. In the end, the Estroei Eirow, keepers of the ancient stories, had all gone. None of their teachings remained. But the islanders remember their prophets who said, "Look to the east." Today, statues created in their likeness still attend the rising sun.

    Travelers came from across the sea. Euchoui (the People) thought the new ideas brought from other lands were greatly entertaining. They laughed when their hills became dotted with street lights and their small villages were leveled to make room for multiplex housing. They called this time of development "the great amusement."

    Today, these multiplex neighborhoods are pricy condominiums catering mostly to tourists. They make up a large part of the more urban Alstadt area. They neighbor the industrial seaport, HI-town (Harriet Island University) and the exclusive resort area of Nana'lua.

    Information about the city:

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    Here are a few highlights.

    Morris Cape

    Sands Central Business District
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    Crosstown highway, linking Nana'lua and Alstadt
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    Manihi and it's world class golf course
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    Central tourist district of Ahiu
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    Visit Egret Stdium
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    and the Enchoui statues, the ancient guardians who watch the eastern horizon for "those who will come."
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    Check out the tile muraled plazas
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    and romantic beaches.
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    Explore historic sites,
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    but save time for tennis or a round of golf at the Manihi Country Club
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    Harriet Island has many unique neighborhoods -

    The country club area of Nana'lua - absolute luxury
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    Kantenton - history and culture
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    Manihi resort district -fun, fun, fun
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    Alstadt - when you need that urban fix
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    Ahi Beach (Fire Beach) where the sun sets and the night life begins
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    Capital plaza - some people get some work done some times
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    Hope you enjoyed your visit. Updates coming soon.


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    ahmetakcali, Jotape, mrmnts and 8 others like this.

Recent Updates

  1. 2014-9.2
  2. photos added

Recent Reviews

  1. iamcatdog
    Version: 2014-08-25
    Very nice high end city! I enjoyed viewing it. I could see this being #1 on Forbes Most Expensive Cities to live in ha ha.
    1. veija2
      Author's Response
      Thank you, iamcatdog. I'm holding reservations for you at the club. :>
  2. Steven H. Endermann
    Steven H. Endermann
    Version: 2014-08-25
    I like it. You did a good job building the city.
    1. veija2
      Author's Response
      thanks, Steven H. Endermann. I'm glad you like it.
  3. Josephlonde
    Version: 2014-08-25
    1. veija2
      Author's Response
      Josephlonde, thanks very much!
  4. Radiospeed
    Version: 2014-08-25
    1. veija2
      Author's Response
      Thanks, Radiospeed. I truly appreciate it. Thanks Antoine89 and solo, too. Glad you all stopped by.
  5. Antoine89
    Version: 2014-08-25
    Nice alterations. It's original :)
  6. solo
    Version: 2014-08-25
    love the style and nice photoshopping
  7. snick
    Version: 2014-08-25
    Very unique planning and layout. The farms, plazas, old town and airport are fantastic; presentation and photo edits are great too!
    1. veija2
      Author's Response
      Thanks much, Jack, Icy and snick. I'm glad you like it.
  8. IcyHot
    Version: 2014-08-25
    The Plaza with the Fish is amazing, well done
  9. JackDuck
    Version: 2014-08-25
    A lot of good pictures, good job :)
  10. msFiorentina
    Version: 2014-08-25
    Everything detailed and a lot of work too!
    Great stuff! A few boring neighbourdhods though.
    1. veija2
      Author's Response
      Thanks for your comment, msFlorentina.