I decided that it's been a while since we've had an exciting update, so today we're going to take a boat ride to North Island Provincial park, the gateway to Pacific City.
Now, let's start sailing. We come in from the north, and this is the small marine we first see. Since this photo was taken, the marina has been beautified with tennis and basketball courts, fountains and a gazebo.
A small bend in the ring road going around the island. This is a popular spot for swimming, normally, but most bathers were scared away by storm clouds on the horizon. They can often be a sign of an approaching typhoon.
The first cemetary built in Pacific City.
Here, we have the main marina complex, with acommodations such as shops, a swimming complex, the Royal Pacific Art Museum, and the famed oceanview towers, occupied by a hotel and condos.
Who wants to go sport fishing?
This is the main boardwalk of the island, with a ferry landing for visitors. The boardwalk is filled with high-wealth boutiques, and 5-star restaurants. A condo development has been completed here, and suites are selling for $750,000
Finally, we arrive back in Pacific City. People love it here.
Now, let's go visit the David Smith agricultural institute.
That's all for now. Next time, we're going to visit the port or university.