Frex_Ceafus: Thanks for visiting.
NurelFayed: Yeah, that little mosque does look good, particularly with the cemetery.
Simul8ter8: Thanks, I spend a lot of time on the little details so I am glad when people notice them. Your CJ is awesome by the way!
ggamgus: Thank you your excellency.
k50: I love the Lot Editor.
Schulmanator: Yes, I always feel like swimming too, particularly now that it is summer and have weather that is similar to the Mahibadhian climate.
TekindusT: Thanks, I put a lot of thought into what BATs to use.
Evillions: Hope you like today's update. How is Gobar these days?
keder: Thank you for visiting.
b22rian: Thanks Brian, your compliments mean a lot.
10000000000000: The wow factor!
artyom_ivanov: The minaret is by frogface. Just search frogface on the STEX.
JCmustng11: Gurry's sea walls are my favourite.
Fox: I must say that I was pleased with how the beach turned out.
ilovedogs: If you visit http://descargas.cap....net/?sitio=csc and type 'colonial' into the search you will find all of these buildings.
Hazani Pratama: Glad you liked the beach.
Today we continue our tour of Dhiraagu, the capital city of the Mahibadhoos. Dhiraagu is an extremely crowded city but as you can see, there are a few areas reserved for recreation - these basketball and football courts being a good example of this.
Dhiraagu has a sizeable commercial port that is the second biggest in the country. Banidhoo, which we saw in an earlier update has the nations biggest port.
Another spot of recreation, Henveiru Stadium (capacity 500) which is home to local soccer club Eagles FC and acts as a training ground for the Mahibadhian national team when the National Stadium is unavailable.
For now, another Mahibadhian day comes to a close under the glow of the National Islamic Centre.