Sunday, January 06, 2008

The Pohnpei Blog

I am leaving for Pohnpei on Friday for a week of work. I am participating in a Learning Exchange and an MIC Steering Committee meeting.

I am going to spend a few days helping the Micronesia Conservation Trust with their Internet utilization and then we're going to plan for the upcoming MIC Retreat in Guam.

I'll have one day off while I'm there. I want to visit Nan Madol, a World Heritage Site, on that day.

This will be my 26th World Heritage Site visit.

In a previous post I asked my fellow bloggers to figure out how many World Heritage Sites they had visited using this list.

Who is your guess for the most traveled Saipan blogger?

My guess is EJ Lee. She's been everywhere.


ivanhenares said...

Nan Madol is not a World Heritage Site. Micronesia does not have any yet:

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

I found that out when I got here. I don't know where I saw that it was a WHS. Maybe Wikipedia?

It should be a World Heritage Site. I went there today. Amazing.

But since it is not one yet...I'd hope that the CNMI could be the first place in Micronesia to have one.

I think we have 4 potential sites, the trench, the northern islands, managaha, and north field.

Do you remember meeting me at Cafe at the Park in Saipan?