Unfortunatly my camera disappeared.
As far as the docks, I wouldn't be surprised if our barges are there until they rust away as docks. This is a personal observation only.
This country has no money to replace the docks as far as I can see. The buildings at dockside, or what was dockside are unuseable. One crane is standing in 30ft of water on top of the original dock that ran a quater mile into the bay. It was 4days old when it went down. 4million I was told it cost.
The trucks here are something to see. They wouldn't be allowed on the backest of the backroads at home. Missing a third of their lugnuts, bent frames from overloads, tires I am afraid to look at for the fear they will explode at anytime. One came on the barge to pick up a load with 3 flats on one side of the trailer. Some run with one flat day after day. I could go on and on, sorry, a bit off the track.
Everything around is in ruins. Folks live in any shelter they can make out of tarps and some are fortunate enough to have a tent.
If you can imagine it, if you took your town and took everyone out of their home and had them live on what was left over if all the buildings and houses collapsed you can relate to what it is like here. Any piece of dirt, hillside or flatspot has someone living on it.
Folks trying to take a bath with the water from a manhole in the street, modesty out the window, sad to see, but reality.
Back to the jeeps. Yes those are the jeeps that I saw that the Japanese had. Would sure like to have one, left hand drive of course.