South of Mhindepinde is Grub Beach, in which the railroad crosses a slipway. To the West, the slipway becomes some kind of airstrip in Hau Koda.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Immediately South of Manyiminya is Mhindepinde. The railroad crosses a small bridge, and nearby a decrepit pier leads to an even more delapidated and empty metal shack.
There're indications that the sim could be named for a Shona term which might mean "continuous stream of people entering" ... which is kind of ironic.
Back to the tracks and South again to Grub Beach.
Saturday, November 28, 2009
Manyiminya is the end of the line. Or the beginning, to look at it another way. It's a mostly-water sim that forms part of the Gulf of Lauren. The name of the sim seems to come from the Bantu term for iridescence.
There's nothing much to see here apart from the railroad tracks, which I followed South to Mhindepinde.