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This bridge connects two sections of Majuro atoll, without it, you wouldn't get very far without having to swim. I spent one Sunday afternoon there and it was beautiful, people were out fishing, there were people having a picnic and sight seeing around, checking out...More
Two years after my first review, I have to update my evaluation. The bridge has provided myvtwo yearbold mahycseconds of 'up up up - down down down' fun as we drive the island!
This should never be underestimated and if you wave, the oceans often...More
People don't appreciate this place enough. Is a solid yet aesthetically zen example of Japanese civil engineering adapted to Marshallese needs. An unassuming yet totally fit for purpose structure. It connects people on both sides and the lagoon with the ocean (saving a lot of...More
Nothing special unfortunately....but interesting watching boats going out braving the surf.....walked over it on way to work everyday for a while. Would have iked to jump from it into water...but too old these days!
"The Bridge" has become, for reasons unclear, perhaps as a benign satirical entry, a posted attraction. At least not fake / faux news. If work or play bring you to Majuro, the area is a nice enough place to go running, over and beyond, and...More
The bridge is a place for the locals to relieve boredom by jumping into the water. You'll see others fishing there too. Others go there to quickly eat before going on their merry way, graffiti, or just relaxing. At some nights or weekends, some go...More