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Lirrii is situated in the striking interior region of Hii known as Nii.
The best way in to Lirrii is to hire a local guide in the nearby city of Hibai.
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Bi I is the Lirrii prime minister.
A tucked-away shrine to the god Gi, who is depicted as a seed pod with a fish's head.
A popular stone shrine to the god Rii, who is depicted as a hybrid tangle of vines and lizard. Look for small sacrifices of blood left by believers.
Built in 540, this imposing stone building houses the seat of the Hii nation's government. You aren't likely to set eyes on the beloved prime minister, but the building is abuzz with clerks and functionaries.
Üri is one of Lirrii's best Hiiian-style restaurants. It's a enduring favorite where you can enjoy this restaurant with green-painted stone walls and brick wall-hangings. There are a abundant range of dishes on offer, including "yhii" (a dumpling made with ytibfi and a vegetable called yia).
This building with orange-painted stone walls and brick doorways gets rave reviews for good and affordable Hiiian-style food and ambiance. The relaxing atmosphere makes it a prestigious.
I is a rather dark and seedy place to say the least, but within its stone walls you'll get a good range of local dishes.
The official language of Lirrii is Ipi. You are unlikely to find any English speakers in Lirrii, so at least a general knowledge of Ipi will go a long way.
Thank you: yüa
My name is _: ñi yi _
Where is _: gari _
Ñüi are tiny yellow rodents that groom each other to show affection. Local children like to catch them and keep them as pets.
Although the hot, dry climate may seem harsh, Lirrii is the home to some delicious native produce. Be sure to try Ybi, a round stone fruit with a large pit. It has a hard, spotted yellow-on-orange shell that cracks open in your hand. The flesh is segmented, speckled yellow-on-red and lightly sour, with milky juice.