Jérôme Tranape and his father Jean-Claude at Vanuatu in July 2001, near le lagoon of Port-Vila.
|: The "Road Market Museum"
of M. Ernest Kalkoa near the village of Uleyat the bay of Port-Havannah.
He collects all kinds of things left by the American of the WWII
Ernest is a specialist about bottles. He can explain to you the stories of all kinds of bottle of Coca-Cola, the cities were its were manufactured, the years, etc. He is a very pleasant and nice man.
|The left part of his museum. Ernest found main of these articles, in is garden||The right part of the museum. Ernest has more than 300 others bottles in his home.||Near of the village of Ernest is "the swimming pool" built by the American to collect the water springs. It was here that the American ships of the WWII made the supply of water by using very long pipe.|
|Near the village of Uley is the old airfield of Port-Havannah. It cover by the growth almost in total. This airfield was used as a secondary airfield after Quoin Hill airfield. My GPS give : S 17°34,094 and E168°16,566||its an old American wharf
in the bay of Port-Havannh near the village of Uley.
||:Near the wharfs was the wreck of an old machine of the WWII. I do not know what it is.|
|In the forest, near the
airfield, Georges show us the wrecks of two half-tracks
||Half-track wreck||Half-track wreck|
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