This large port city is named for the massive chasm that runs right through the middle of town, north to south, separating the city into two distinct districts. A large, glorious, and ancient cathedral to St. Cuthbert stands on the eastern side of the chasm and the port and market on the other. An interesting, yet expensive, tourist spot is the famous Kakaga’s Chicken. Known for it’s incredible meals and exceptional service, only one guest is ever allowed in at a time. Another noteworthy place is the Flaming Horse Tavern #2 (#1 is in Edlon). Known for its drinks and adventurers.