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Another panorama on the main road from downtown to the airport.

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A: Low Tide

by Anthony Smith, 2.0 km away

A typical view of the ocean-side shoreline near the airport.

Low Tide

B: Majuro airport.

by Anthony Smith, 2.2 km away

A friendly little airport. - View from the car park, emphasising that most of the island is only arou...

Majuro airport.

C: Airport support facilities.

by Anthony Smith, 3.1 km away

The aviation fuel storage tanks at the airport.

Airport support facilities.

D: The lagoon shoreline.

by Anthony Smith, 4.5 km away

Just beyond the airport, showing again how narrow the island is - like a long oiece of spagetti.

The lagoon shoreline.

E: Suburbia.

by Anthony Smith, 8.0 km away

The main road from downtown to the airport.


F: Marshall Islands Resorts hotel.

by Anthony Smith, 8.1 km away

The best hotel on Majuro, with a delightful view of the lagoon.

Marshall Islands Resorts hotel.

G: End of the island of Majuro.

by Anthony Smith, 8.5 km away

A view across the narrow sretch of open water to the next, but much smaller, island. Unfortunately, t...

End of the island of Majuro.

H: The Lagoon at Noon

by Anthony Smith, 8.7 km away

Just as you always imagined that a lagoon would look like!

The Lagoon at Noon

I: Hotel cabins.

by Anthony Smith, 8.7 km away

The lagoon-side cabins of the Robert Reimer hotel.

Hotel cabins.

J: Robert Riemers Hotel

by Anthony Smith, 8.8 km away

A charming mid-price hotel on the lagoon and near downtown. The restaurant and bar are a favorite spo...

Robert Riemers Hotel

This panorama was taken in Pacific Ocean Islands

This is an overview of Pacific Ocean Islands

Pacific Ocean Islands are divided in three parts :

  • Melanesia (Black Islands)
    • Micronesia (Small Islands)
    • Polynesia (Many Islands)

    There are between 20.000 & 30.000 islands in the Pacific Islands

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