Tihé is a village situated in the far north of Arybarb, the small fairytale-like village is best known for its delicious gastronomy and eventful history. The world today would not be as it is if not for the many contributions of the justly prideful Tihétians throughout the past and present years. Once home to the greatest drought in history, it became an emerging market in the rule of the Mother Queen Shakhetoamani, mother to the unifier of the world herself Queen Supreme Ravajoj, and the murderer of the Monarch. The village is situated near the micro-mountainous-village of Noli, residence of the Great White Lions and the greatest mysteries of the world ranging from the mountain to the waterfalls to the nature to the lost city. Tihé is predominated by commerce, the charming little town is filled with business and marketing opportunities, ranging from the modern to the traditional. Its trademark architecture is defined by stony-pebbled floors and colorful charming humble houses. The citizens of Tihé take great pride in unspoiled by modern buildings terrain. The ‘Only Bicycles Are Aloud’ signs are everywhere reminding visitors that nature is important to the Tihétians. A gorgeous view of the Noli Mountain and the eerie 12 pillars atop it is a highlight for every visitor and a history statement for everybody that walks in the streets of Tihé. A reminder of when Tihé was Tihénol, the great settlement of the Martyr Queen.
The remnants of the once flooded river Derna still circulates the village, the only, relatively new, addition is the Pont-de-Pyre that was built to symbolize all the souls that were killed during the Mad Supreme Era 1.000 years ago, including the supreme and the rep-eight, so adamantly crafted by the purist architecture Marmo Eta Brontze that celebrates its 250th anniversary coming January. The bridge is the only gateway to the village as the relatively big old and first airport in the world was constructed about 52 km away from the actual village where there is a car parking to leave your vehicles in and where you take a ferry-ride or carriage-ride to Tihé. Each of these transit tools present you with incredible scenery, the carriage is led by 6 Magnos, the world’s fastest horses, takes you from AiPaCo airport to Tihé in under 3 hours and lets you relive history in your way there since the road is an open history museum of the great Tihénoli civilization. Complete with a guide, food samples, and introduction to Tihé’s finest. The ferry-ride on the other hand offers you peace of mind, luxury, and a fast way to the village, as well as a full buffet of the ever so popular gastronomy of Tihé, a brief introduction to the village do’s and don’ts, as well as various pampering amenities and accommodations that serves your every spoiled wish all that under 1 hour depending on the ferry.
Night life in the city is more communal than party hungry. People gather once every two Saturdays and layout the table for a fun dinner where everybody cooks something. Nevertheless, boats, pools, and B&B’s offer quite the nightlife for adventurous youngsters. Art is in the hearts of Nulians and Tihétians alike so it is no wonder that Tihé is home to numerous eclectic musical festivals, renowned plays, acclaimed art exhibits and whatnots. The food festival is one of the most famous festivals in Tihé and one of the busiest weeks in the village, an event where culinary chefs from around the world have a 6 days cookout and determine the best 3 chefs in the whole wide world an event lead, nowadays, by chef Lucious, a Tihéan, of the 7* restaurant ‘Tinge’, the 7 crowned king of taste.
The circular downtown scene is full of bricked streets and colorful lights. Host of the Communal Table, it has been left fully intact by the inhabitants of the city. The thatched wooden accented houses are a marvel in themselves, often painted yellow and red, predominantly, with some pink and blue few it shelters all of the shops you might want, from clothes to pharmacies, from restaurants to banks, it is all there. The big businesses, however, are sorted by nature. Alimentary businesses are near the harbor and industrial businesses are near the forest, being pollution free and all. Those who need to emote some sort of gas have to relocate near the airport and commute…
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